The Chipotle restaurant chain has expanded its drive-thru service to include restaurants in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The move follows a national trend of drive-Thru expansion.
In the United States, Chipotle has been expanding its drive through offerings.
The chain has plans to open 100 drive-THR locations this year.
The Chipetays new drive-Through drive-in restaurants are not new.
The company previously announced plans to add more drive-ins in the near future.
In April, Chipetaes parent company, Yum Brands, announced plans for more than 100 new drive in drive-ups in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.
In May, Chiptaes chief executive officer, Chip Tapia, said that the company will add more than 200 drive-In locations in the next three years.
In October, the company announced plans, along with the addition of more drive in and drive out restaurants, to open a drive in store for its Mexican food.
The chipotle drive in restaurants will offer two meals per day and serve up to seven people.
The drive-out restaurant will offer a one-topping meal of the same price, but will serve up a smaller group of diners.
Chipotle said that its drive in restaurant will serve more than 1 million people a year and will also serve as a destination for other dining experiences.
Chipeta’s drive in menu has also expanded to include a chicken and waffles breakfast menu, which has also been expanded.
The menu is also expanding to include more items like tacos and salads, which will be available for the first time in the chain.
The drive-by drive-up restaurant has also opened in Austin, Texas.
The location in Austin was opened by Chipotle in March and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.