Ok, this is about a specific local restaurant, but here for a general discussion on the topic. 4505 in SF has started pop-up delivery of their fried chicken sandwich to the East Bay.
"The sandwich’s chicken is partially breaded with chicharrones, topped with house-made pickles and mayo, and served on a potato roll. To make it “Yum Yum-style,” diners should request to add 4505’s pickled market slaw and house white barbecue sauce. Or, you can order it spicy by having it dipped in the restaurant’s spicy-hot chicken blend.
Delivery to the East Bay is available weekdays all day and Friday-Sunday from noon on until 11 p.m."
I cannot imagine I want to eat a fried chicken sandwich that will be no less than an hour old before arriving at my humble doorstep, no matter how good it might have been as it left the prep counter. Could this possibly survive? I don’t even get drive-thru or to-go burgers because … well, why would you? At least with regular Fried Chicken, you can put it in the oven to reheat. Who the eff is ordering these things? People who stand in line for an hour to taste an ice-cream filled doughnut?
Who the eff orders a fried chicken sandwich for delivery?