There's exciting news for D.C. coffee lovers: The city's Starbucks stores rolled out their delivery service on February 18.

Washington, D.C., is fairly brimming over with hustle and bustle in the mornings. But thanks to Starbucks' new delivery service, coffee addicts can now eliminate that essential coffee run from their morning routines. 

Starbucks began delivery service in the D.C. area on Monday, February 18! The city is one of only seven U.S. cities to be so lucky, including Miami, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City.

Partnering with Uber Eats, Starbucks says 95 percent of its menu is available for delivery. Customers can order through the Starbucks app, and items will remain the same price with a $2.49 delivery fee applied to each order.

This isn't the company's only great move recently, though! Starbucks also opened its first signing store in October of last year near Gallaudet University in D.C. This new store provides opportunities for employment for people of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community, and all the workers are fluent in American Sign Language. I, for one, am excited to see what else Starbucks has in store for the D.C. area!

Will you be using the new Starbucks delivery service in D.C.? Drop a comment below!

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