When we think of Parisian dining, a few images usually come to mind: Chic city-dwellers lingering over long meals at outdoor cafes; romantic dinners at dimly lit bistros; and urban professionals headed home with freshly baked baguettes in their fashionably appointed arms.
According to The Verge, however, there's a new, slightly less idyllic culinary trend afoot in the city of lights: Food delivery.
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Meal delivery services like Seamless, UberEats, and Maple have become increasingly ubiquitous in major U.S. cities in recent years, making it easier than ever for consumers to have any number of delicious meals delivered right to their doorsteps. (Then there are meal kit delivery services, which are another beast entirely.)