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Starbucks Delivery Fee Costs More than a Cup of Its Coffee

The news that Starbucks would deliver coffee door to door and that people might not have to venture out to one of the 11,000+ stores to get their various spiced lattes was hailed by many coffee addicts as excellent news. Well today the coffee giant started testing its delivery service in its home base of Seattle. So far it seems to be working as expected, as long as one of the things you expected was an additional $5.99 flat delivery charge on top of the cost of the order.

TOMS Meets Seamless in This Delivery App That Will Help Feed the Hungry

The food-ordering-by-app world is, by definition, incredibly self-indulgent. It was designed to accommodate people who could not even be troubled to pick up the phone and speak to another human being. So we take notice when we someone takes the existing egocentric infrastructure and uses it for something good. Sharebite is a new app that works like your Seamlesses or your Grubhubs, but it doesn’t just get food dropped at your door without the uncomfortable problem of actual human contact, it also helps feed the hungry.

In-N-Out Doesn't Want Anyone Delivering Their Burgers to Your Doorstep

Few burger chains command the cult following of In-N-Out. So for lazy burger lovers, what sounds better than some animal-style goodness delivered right to your door? Unfortunately, In-N-Out is not equipped for burger delivery, but, food delivery site DoorDash decided to take matters into their own hands, acting as a middle man and bringing customers their food for them.

New App Lets You Order Food from the Airport Before You Fly

There are no good reasons to spend more time at the airport. Usually those reasons are delayed flights, long layovers or uptight friends who insist you get there two hours early even though your flight leaves at 6:40 in the morning.

Dreams Can Come True: The World’s First Grilled Cheese Sandwich Subscription Service is Here

The Brits can keep their royal family and their world-class Premier League “Football.” But here’s one thing that probably will get us Americans jealous: our friends across the pond are getting what purports to be “The World’s First Grilled Cheese Sandwich Subscription” service.

Amazon to Test Delivery to the Trunks of Customers’ Cars

We’ve all been there—excitedly heading home to unbox our latest Amazon order, only to find a little pink slip saying they couldn’t deliver it because no one was home. Well, now Amazon is testing a fix for this issue by delivering packages directly to customers’ car trunks.

David Chang's Food, Delivered to Your Door

Something monumental is about to happen for Momofuku fans: F&W Chef-in-Residence David Chang’s empire is expanding into your home. Today, Chang announced that he has partnered with a group of tech entrepreneurs to launch Maple, a mobile-based food delivery company based in NYC.

Now You Can Pretend Your Frozen Pizza is Delivery

Here’s your dilemma: You are stuck making a frozen pizza for dinner when all you want is a fresh, hot pizza delivered. How do you make that frozen pie actually edible? Your solution: Cook it in an oven that looks like a pizza box!

Starbucks Teases More Details About Upcoming Delivery Service

Finally, instead of having to haul your ass down to the strip mall, a barista can get your name wrong right at your front door. Starbucks has announced they are closer to delivery than ever before. CEO Howard Schultz just hinted that the ones bringing you your coffee might me none other than your local barista.

Get Some of NYC's Best Bagels Dropped at Your Doorstep

Bagel lovers rejoice: The only holiday gift you need is here. From December 22 to 30, Black Seed Bagels, the Manhattan shop with a seemingly perpetual line out the door, will ship two dozen bagels to your door, anywhere in the country.

The bagels are Montreal-style, which means that after they’re boiled they’re baked in a wood-fired oven, adding smokey flavor and nice texture.