Now that KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut are part of the GrubHub family, we have a few more answers to the question, "What's for dinner?"

By Melanie Mannarino
Updated February 08, 2018
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It’s about to get a whole lot easier to satisfy an occasional craving for some KFC extra crispy chicken or a Cheesy Gordita Crunch from Taco Bell. Today it was announced that Yum Brands Inc, which owns the two fast-food chains, as well as Pizza Hut, has partnered with food delivery giant GrubHub, which serves at least 1,300 cities nationwide.

No more accidentally-on-purpose driving past the Taco Bell three towns over after a particular hectic day at work. No more watching those wacky KFC commercials in your living room (Reba McEntire? Who’s next?) and thinking longingly about how a bucket of chicken and some sides would be a nice change of dinnertime pace. With this partnership, GrubHub will facilitate online orders for these American fast-food icons.

You might already know this, but you can get Pizza Hut delivered—so if your delivery daydreams include a Meat Lover’s pie, you can probably fulfill them RN. And if not, start browsing the KFC and Taco Bell menus now, so you've got your order all ready to go once delivery service comes to your neighborhood.