Coffee delivery may soon be commonplace in the U.S. as Starbucks plans to step up delivery in 2019.

The coffee giant announced it will expand Starbucks Delivers in partnership with Uber Eats to nearly a quarter of its U.S. stores — or more than 2,000 locations — by the end of its second quarter. Starbucks launched the program as a pilot in Miami.

“It’s an exciting move, it will bring meaningful and scalable growth to the U.S. operations, and we’re making it easy for our partners by integrating the ordering and technology directly into our systems,” said Rosalind Gates Brewer, COO, group president & director, at the company’s annual investor day event in New York.