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March 16, Governor Inslee announced that restaurants and bars in Washington State must shut down—in-person dining and drinking at establishments is no longer allowed—but drive-through, delivery, and takeout options are still permitted. To comply with regulations, many Seattle restaurants have shuttered temporarily or permanently, but many others have implemented discounts or special delivery and takeout promotions, including restaurants and eateries On this page, we’ve rounded up every location we’ve heard about that will offer these services during the coronavirus pandemic. DoorDash [doordash.com] is offering free delivery for first-time customers on orders of $10 or more UberEats [ubereats.com] has waived all delivery fees Auntie Anne’s is offering $0 delivery fee via DoorDash on orders of $15 or more Blaze Pizza is offering free delivery on orders of $10 or more Boston Market is offering free delivery on any online or app order of $7 or more Burger King is offering zero delivery fees when you order $10 or more through Grubhub (ends 3/29) Denny’s has waived delivery fees through April 12 El Pollo Loco is offering free delivery via Grubhub until April 7 KFC will delivery free with GrubHub from March 14 – April 26 on a minimum $12 order Outback Steakhouse is offering free delivery through April 30 Popeye’s offers free delivery through their app Rubio’s is offering free delivery via the app Wendy’s is offering free delivery via Grubhub & Postmates on orders of $10 or more #WegotthisWA #SupportLocalBusiness #BizPappa

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