17 Restaurants You Can Order Food Through Facebook!

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On Friday, Oct. 13, Facebook announced a very exciting new feature: the ability to order food. I know, I know — it sounds, amazing, right? The only next logical question is, "What food can I order on Facebook?"

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  • DoorDash

  • ChowNow

  • Zuppler

  • EatStreet

  • Slice

  • Olo

  • Jack in the Box

  • Papa John's

  • Wingstop

  • Panera

  • TGI Friday's

  • Denny's

  • El Pollo Loco

  • Chipotle

  • Five Guys

  • Jimmy John's

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How It Works

On the off chance you haven't placed your first order via FB, here's a quick little tutorial on how it works. Once you've selected your restaurant, tap "Start Order". 

Add everything you want to your cart and choose whether you want delivery or pick-up. If multiple delivery options are available, Facebook will give you the option to choose. And yes, you can even log into, say, Delivery.com without leaving the app, too. After your order's placed, all that's left to do is wait for your food to arrive. It's that easy.

Facebook's food ordering feature works on iOS, Android, and desktop. 

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