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Bud Light launched a website that let’s you search for takeout options nearby

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil

Things are changing quickly in the local food and drink scene. One minute your favorite Miami restaurant is open for delivery and the next minute, sadly, it’s not. 

This week, Bud Light—yes, as in the beer the company—launched a website giving users faster access to takeout information. Rather than embarking on a Google query to satisfy a craving, Open For Takeout lets diners search for restaurants and bars that are offering takeout or delivery in their area.

You’ll enter your zip code, adjust the radius (it defaults to 10 miles as most places don’t deliver beyond that) and hit enter for a list of spots you can order from right now. Every venue’s website is linked to make the process even easier. Restaurants interested in being including can also add their name to the list online at no cost to them.

Open For Takeout is part of parent company Anheuser-Busch’s greater initiative to help nonprofit partners during the crisis. As a result, Bud Light is using its platform to support bar and restaurant workers and raise consumer awareness about dining out as a way to support the local community. 

The next step is on you: what will you order in tonight?

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