Amazon.com, Inc. has announced it is expanding its Prime Now delivery service in Los Angeles. This time, it’s not just supermarket market items, gadgets and books that Amazon Prime Now will be delivering in the area; they will be delivering restaurant orders, too.
Amazon Restaurants General Manager Gus Lopez believes that it only makes sense for Amazon Prime Now’s delivery service to come to Los Angeles. After all, he said, “Los Angeles is known for great local restaurants with cuisines from around (the) world.” This way, Los Angeles residents can go ahead and try any cuisine without having to leave home to stand in line or drive through traffic.
Today, Amazon Prime Now guarantees that restaurant orders can be at your doorstep in one hour. And for Los Angeles, that means orders from a host of local restaurants in the area. You can enjoy Baby Back Ribs, Brisket and Smokin’ Wings from Baby Blues BBQ or some Umami burger and truffle fries from Umami Burger. Aside from that, you can also order some food from Hurry Curry of Tokyo, John O’Groats Restaurants and Wokcano. At the same time, Amazon Prime customers can also make food orders and more from places like Sprinkle’s Cupcakes, Sprouts Farmers Market, Erewhon Organic Grocer, Bristol Farms and 99 Ranch Markets. And when you go to make these food orders, payment is easy since Amazon Prime customers can simply use the information already stored in their Amazon account.
Amazon emphasizes that its Prime Now restaurant delivery service offers completely transparent pricing. It means there are absolutely no markups or hidden fees here. This restaurant delivery service is free, but just for a limited time.