Celebrating DC Restaurant Week, José Andrés Style

“Is that José Andrés’ place?”
“Is that your ride?”

Here in DC those are both things we hear a lot, and it’s no secret that while we dish out convenient, classy rides, Chef José has crafted some of the finest meals DC has to offer. So this week we’re partnering up to celebrate an extended DC restaurant week with Chef José and the ThinkFoodGroup team, and a promo that’s almost as delicious as those Jaleo bacon-wrapped dates.


Get psyched. Your first lunchtime ride to any DC José Andrés restaurant this week is HALF OFF. You don’t even need to apply a promo code—the 50% off discount will be automatically reflected on your receipt. The discount is valid for any one trip between 11am and 2pm, starting today through Friday, August 24th.

Better yet, new Uber users can also get $15 off their first ride just by using promo code CHEFJOSE when you sign up, good for your first ride any time in the next year!


One lucky winner EACH DAY this week will win dinner for two at one of José Andrés award-winning restaurants and free roundtrip Ubers for your dinner date:

HOW DO I ENTER? We like to keep it simple. Here’s how:

Step 1: Follow both of us on Twitter: Uber DC | Chef José Andrés

Step 2: Look for our tweets about each giveaway on each day this week (hint: we’ll tweet each giveaway twice!) and retweet away! We’ll pick one winner randomly from all who retweet each day.

Alex and Katie, Your Uber DC Community Managers

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