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Amazon Launches Restaurant Delivery Service in Miami

Amazon.com is officially entering the South Florida delivery market today, launching its restaurant delivery service throughout the city dubbed Amazon Restaurants. The service offered just to Prime Members, which comes with a $99 yearly fee and promises "free one-hour delivery to members with no menu markups," guaranteeing that "customers pay the same price as they do at the restaurant or Amazon will refund the price of the item."

Orders can be placed through the Prime Now app or website, which allows users to browse menus, place orders, track the status of their delivery, and watch as their delivery driver travels from the restaurant to the delivery address in real time. A slew of restaurants have already signed on like Taquiza, NIU Kitchen, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, La Latina, Icebox Cafe and several others with "more coming soon." Check it out for yourself this way.

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