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New food delivery service opens in Waco

(Source: Waitr) (Source: Waitr)
WACO, TX (KXXV) -

A new door-to-door food delivery service called Waitr is coming to Waco on Oct. 19. 

The app allows you to order from restaurants around Waco for a flat delivery fee of $5. Menu prices are the same in the app as they are at the restaurants.

At least 30 restaurants around the Waco area can be ordered through the app including George’s, Buzzard Billy’s, Alpha Omega, Oh My Juice, Backyard and Katie’s Frozen Custard.

Waitr will be throwing a free launch party at Coach’s Smoke located at 330 Austin Ave. on Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. If you download the app you get a free appetizer and following the company on social media gets those over 21 a free drink.

The company anticipates hiring 150 people by the end of the year. If you are interested in driving for Waitr you can apply online: https://waitrapp.com/become-a-driver

You can also order from Waitr online at waitrapp.com. Waitr is offering free delivery for app-users until Oct. 29 with the promo code WACOTX.

Founded in Lake Charles, La., Waitr has more than 2,800 restaurant partners in more than 100 cities.

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