Fireside Pies Teams Up with Uber and Amazon for Delivery Services

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The fans of Fireside Pies can now enjoy the ultimate in convenience and value—fast delivery services.

DFW’s popular wood-fired, artisan pizza restaurant has teamed with both Uber and Amazon to introduce a pair of services that deliver food to the doors of homes and businesses in less than an hour. The Fireside Pies Henderson location has launched Amazon’s Prime Now, where members of the Amazon Prime program get free one-hour delivery. Meanwhile, the Fireside Pies Inwood location has partnered with Uber’s UberEATS, where users can order from the full Fireside Pies menu online and have it delivered. The services are currently offered free of charge for Amazon Prime members and UberEATS users who register, but this subject to change.

“We have an incredibly loyal group of guests at each of our locations. And, our fan base continues to grow. So, adding Prime Now and UberEATS is a way for us to give our fans more of what they love,” says Kurtis Schart, director of operations for Fireside Pies. “Working with these innovative third-party delivery services is the perfect opportunity to reinforce our relationships with our guests. We expect they will take full advantage of the convenience and value offered.”

DFW customers in the Prime Now and UberEATS delivery zones can view 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. To find out if delivery is available, consumers simply visit the Prime Now and UberEATS websites or apps and type in their zip code.

Fireside Pies is best known for its fresh, scratch-made recipes, warm service and rustic, intimate setting. With four locations situated throughout the Dallas Metroplex, each Fireside Pies restaurant has a signature look and feel, which is reflective of the communities it serves. Offering guests a gathering place for family events, date nights and business meetings.

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