Chipotle has started offering food delivery through Postmates, a delivery service based in San Francisco, which is already delivering the grub to 24 metropolitan areas in 67 cities in the United States, according to the New York Times.
The cost of delivery will start at $4.99 and go as high as $7.99, which might seem like a small price to pay for someone who has a major Chipotle craving, but doesn't feel like getting off of the couch.
According to USA Today, the service is designed to cater to "Millenials demanding to get what they want, when they want it." Taco Bell recognized the need for the service as well, with CEO Brian Niccol announcing earlier this month that the taco-slinging company would also be stepping into the delivery game.
For now, Chipotle delivery will only be available in cities where Postmates delivers, including Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, New York City, San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago and Houston, to name a few (see the full list of cities here).