If you've ever had the craving for a Whopper but didn't feel like driving 10 minutes to the nearest Burger King, you're in luck.

Burger King is testing out a new home delivery service at several of its restaurants in the D.C. area., with plans to expand. Delivery is available from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. There is a $2 delivery charge and minimum order vary from $8 to $10. Although most of the menu is available, breakfast items are not available for home delivery. (in other words, no french toast sticks and Croissan'wiches in bed, yet...)

My question is, what took them so long? We already have pizza and sandwiches delivered to our doors. Why not burgers and fries, provided you can get them here without the food getting all cold and soggy? I'll be interested to see if Burger King can really pull this off successful. If they don't screw this up, this could start a whole new trend in the fast food world.