You can order most items on the regular menu through the Uber Eats app.
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Starbucks has been testing its delivery service in Miami. It plans to expand to other cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Washington D.C. in the coming weeks.
There is a $2.49 booking fee. And Starbucks promises the drinks will be delivered 10 to 20 minutes after the order is placed.
So ABC7 decided to give it a try. We put in an order during "Midday Live" at 11:39 a.m. and waited to see if it showed up within the promised window.
Sure enough, lattes came at 11:58 a.m. -- 19 minutes later and not a drop spilled. While they were still nice and warm, they weren't piping hot (which some people are into).
Overall, Starbucks delivery was a success.
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Tried out the new @Starbucks delivery service! Ordered during @abc7newsbayarea #MiddayLive show. Received 19 mins later unspilled. #winning #starbucks #coffee https://t.co/iJ1PBzQhe0 pic.twitter.com/eZNMKcI5gx— Kristen Sze (@abc7kristensze) January 22, 2019