Craving a Whopper but tied to your desk? Burger King Corp. is starting to offer a delivery option in a limited East Coast test.
The fast food giant is sending its burgers to customers for a $2 fee from four Washington, D.C., restaurants. The chain told the Chicago Tribune that the test would roll out to a total of 16 stores by early next week.
A website for Burger King's higher-end, booze-selling concept restaurant Whopper Bar in South Beach, Fla., also offers delivery, though the service is free with a $10 minimum order.
Customers within a 10-minute drive of the participating D.C.-area locations can opt for delivery via www.bkdelivers.com or by phone, as long as they spend at least $8 to $10, depending on which restaurant they choose.