Executives at fast food restaurant and burrito godsend Chipotle recently told investors in an earnings call that the chain was signing a deal with delivery-service Postmates to make the dream of burrito delivery a reality.
The startup, which promises deliveries in 60 minutes or less, operates in 67 markets, so not everyone will be privy to this bean-and-cheese luxury. In New York, there are 29 Chipotle chains available for delivery.
Postmates CEO Bastian Lehmann told Re/code's Jason Del Rey that in just the first quarter of 2015, the company delivered "$500,000 worth of Chipotle orders," even before the two companies had any official deal.
Del Rey attempted to place a Chipotle burrito order on Postmates (just for research, we're sure) but found that delivery fees hovered over $11, bringing the total price of the food to a little more than $20. That's one hefty burrito.
Lehmann did not confirm to Del Rey if the official partnership would lower delivery costs.
Postmates also signed a deal with Starbucks in March for coffee deliveries.
The announcement comes right in time for you to avoid beach season entirely, so you might as well order that Venti iced Frappawhatever while you're at it.