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BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse is Now Delivering Alcohol

August 21, 2017 Industry News
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On the heels of announcing its new delivery partnership with DoorDash, BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. launched a fully integrated online ordering platform along with alcohol delivery.

BJ’s is one of the first national restaurant brands to offer on-demand delivery of craft beer in select California markets. The pilot alcohol delivery program allows guests over the age of 21 to add six packs of BJ’s award-winning craft beer to their order, either when ordered via the DoorDash app or when ordered from BJs directly. Five varieties of beer are available in cans and 25 varieties of wine are available by the bottle from select restaurants.

“We are excited to provide a new generation of customers, particularly millennials, with a simpler and more convenient way to order their favorite menu items,” says Greg Trojan, president and CEO of BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. “Whether you’re in the mood for a loaded burger and merlot or baby back pork ribs and BJ’s Piranha® Pale Ale, you can now get a wide variety of entrees, drinks and desserts delivered directly to your home, office or hotel room.”

To make food and beverage delivery even more convenient, BJ’s has integrated DoorDash into its website and mobile app for a quick and seamless ordering experience.

“In a world where every second counts, BJ’s is proud to offer mobile and online ordering options straight from our website and app,” says Trojan. “We learned that our guests don’t want to be redirected to external websites when placing online orders. They can now stay within the BJ’s website or app and enjoy an uninterrupted experience.”

As of August 21, 98 BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse® locations are partnered with DoorDash throughout Northern California, Southern California, Denver, Indianapolis, Washington D.C., Miami, Columbus, Seattle and select locations in Arizona, Nevada and Texas.

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