Burger King, perpetually stuck in the number-two fast-food burger chain slot, has made a surprising and shrewd move into the delivery business. It first tested the service in a few major cities -- New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. -- and recently expanded its delivery service to Colorado, specifically the location at 16850 East Illiff Avenue in Aurora. And more delivery stores are planned for stores in Denver, Arvada, Englewood and Centennial.
Your move, BK competitors. There are some obvious bennies for both the chains and the customers if other fast-food restaurants decide to venture out into the urban jungle with delivery drivers -- hopefully armed with GPSs and able to properly count back change. Here's my list of the top five fast-food restaurants that should consider delivery service. We got the money, honey, if these restaurants have the time.
See also:More »
- Denver's five best homegrown, fast-casual chains -- from Noodles to Chipotle
- Taco Bell's "Cantina Bell" menu may make Chipotle a little nervous
- Panera Bread's cafe menu needs to rise to the level of its bread