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Amazon Prime Now Is Delivering Barbecue and Tacos in an Hour

The restaurant food delivery app launches today.

Terry Black's Barbecue
Terry Black's Barbecue
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Amazon is joining the food delivery waters in Austin today by testing out Prime Now in Austin starting today. Only 15 Austin zip codes will be able to place orders, with more added soon. Participating restaurants include Terry Black’s Barbecue, Chi'lantro, Taco Flats, and Michi Ramen. The full list follows below.

Through the app, only members of the service ($99 a year) can order food from the city’s restaurants and food trucks, delivered in an hour. First-time meals are $10 off with the discount code.

Amazon announced last month that it would expand Prime Now to new cities after trying out the delivery service in New York and Seattle. Prime joins the crowded delivery scene in Austin, including UberEats, Favor, and PostMates.

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