Uber’s food delivery service is coming to New York City and Chicago


Uber has announced that it’s bringing its meal-delivery service UberEats to New York City and Chicago.

The service originally launched in August last year as UberFresh in LA. It rebranded as UberEats when it expanded to Barcelona in February this year.

UberEats is integrated into the company’s existing apps, with a curated menu that’s updated daily with new options.

Uber says you can get food delivered to you “within minutes.” The service is available IN NYC and Chicago 11am-2pm Monday to Friday. You can check out the areas covered in Manhattan here and in Chicago it is available in the Loop and River North.

On offer this week for New Yorkers there is “an exclusive sandwich from American Cut, Kale Caesar salad from Sweetgreen [and a] steak sandwich from Numpang.” In Chicago, you can enjoy the “Pepito Torta from XOCO, Carne Asada Cemita from Cemitas, and more.”


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