Domino's wants people to be able to get a pizza at any time — even if they're somewhere without a traditional street address.
Like the beach. The pizza chain announced Monday it will now deliver orders to more than 150,000 U.S. outdoor locations. These so-called "Domino's Hotspots" include the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and at the iconic welcome sign on the Las Vegas Strip.
These hot spot deliveries are currently only available for prepaid online orders. When customers place their orders, they can give additional information — like what color shirt they're wearing — so the Domino's delivery car can more easily locate them.
Domino's has been trying to up its delivery game by making it easy to order a pizza through tweets, smart TVs and even Amazon Alexa.
And while customers could previously try to get a Domino's to deliver their order to an offbeat location before these hot spots were launched, other pizza companies, like Pizza Hut, are still requiring traditional addresses for deliveries.
There's at least one Domino's Hotspot in every state.