Celebrating Uber’s NYC launch!

TechCrunch's Erick Schonfeld grills Uber CEO Travis Kalanick

 

Last night, Uber hosted a dinner at Del Posto in the Meatpacking District of New York to mark the start of our NYC service. And what a night! *head throbs*

Uber family, friends and New York Tech’s brightest stars turned out to celebrate the official kick-off of our Big Apple mission.

Thanks to everyone who shared the night with us – and here’s to starting things off in NYC with a bang! For more snaps, check out the Uber Facebook page!

Maya Baratz arrives

Maya Baratz (Wall Street Journal) arrives in Uber style

Aniq Rahman in car

Aniq Rahman (instinctiv) rolls up

Naveen Selvadurai and Roger Ehrenberg

Naveen Selvadurai (Foursquare) and Roger Ehrenberg (IA Ventures)

Zach Klein and Courtney Lewis

Zach Klein (Svpply, CollegeHumor) and Courtney Lewis

Nate Westheimer and Chris-Dixon

Nate Westheimer (New York Tech Meetup) and Chris Dixon (Hunch)

Jenna Wortham and Noah Goodhart

Jenna Wortham (New York Times) and Noah Goodhart (Moat)

Caroline McCarthy,Maya Baratz,Bianca Bosker

Caroline McCarthy (CNET/Google), Maya Baratz (Wall Street Journal) and Bianca Bosker (Huffington Post)

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