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DoorDash Rolls Out First Dunkin’ Donuts Deliveries in Dallas

Donuts on demand are now available in Dallas.

Now, you don't even have to leave the house to stuff your face with Dunkin' Donuts
Now, you don't even have to leave the house to stuff your face with Dunkin' Donuts
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Thanks to food delivery apps like Caviar, Minibar, and DoorDash, it’s never been easier to have delicious food (and booze!) delivered right to your door. DoorDash has already brought you on-demand Taco Bell and Whataburger, but the rapidly expanding delivery service’s offerings are about to get a whole lot sweeter.

Starting today, use the DoorDash app to order up as many donuts as your carb-loving heart desires from Dunkin’ Donuts and DoorDash will bring them directly to your home or office. According to the menu, Dunkin’ Donuts delivery will be available from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., which gives you plenty of time to stuff your face with Munchinks and crullers before heading to the gym after work.

There is no minimum order, so it is entirely possible to order just a single glazed donut from DoorDash, though we wouldn’t recommend it. In addition to the donuts, you can also grab savory breakfast and lunch sandwiches, hot and cold coffee drinks, and a gigantic "Box o’ Joe" that will caffeinate your entire office.

Dallas is the first city in the country to experience the wonder that is on-demand Dunkin’ Donuts from DoorDash, though not for long. If all goes well in our fair city -- and it assuredly will, these are donuts we’re talking about here -- the company will expand Dunkin’ delivery to Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, and more in the coming weeks.

It's also probably a good thing that DoorDash is actually working with Dunkin' Donuts to make our donut hole delivery dreams a reality. Last week, Eater reported that California-based burger chain In-N-Out has filed a lawsuit against DoorDash for delivering Double Doubles and Animal-style fries to customers without permission from In-N-Out, advertised with a faked company logo.

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