Fresh, All-American Meals Delivered by UberEATS Chicago
Aged cheddar-topped burgers, fresh-baked pizza, pulled pork BBQ sandwiches, and soft, buttery lobster rolls—these are the foods we need when the cravings strike swift and fierce. And when you want to quell the cravings fast, there’s UberEATS delivery at lightning speed. Chicagoans have access to dozens of the city’s top restaurants—many of which deliver the aforementioned crave-worthy, quintessentially American meals to your door with the tap of a button.
Here are five go-to choices via UberEATS Chicago:
Whether you’ve got a hankering for a “Chi-talian Stallion” topped with Italian beef, roasted sweet peppers, and giardiniera or a “Meaty Legend” loaded with pepperoni, Italian sausage, Canadian bacon (and more bacon), Gino’s East is the spot for legendary, Chicago-style deep-dish and thin crust pizza. Gino’s dishes up and dispatches the good stuff with UberEATS from its River North, Lincoln Park, and South Loop locations, so a variety of neighborhoods can snap up the famous pizza spot’s signature golden-crust pies, among other menu items like mason jar caprese salads, meatball subs, and cinnamon sugar beignet balls with maple syrup.
DMK Burger Bar
DMK Burger Bar shows up most burger joints with its impressive roster of grass-fed burgers, which are diverse enough to meet the needs of almost every kind of grilled patty connoisseur. Plus, they’re best paired with the hand-cut fries and house-made shakes. The #1 accommodates cheeseburger lovers with aged cheddar, smoked bacon, charred balsamic red onion, and Rufus Teague’s delicious BBQ sauce. Or live large with the #7, “The Big DMK,” a double patty, triple decker, special sauce combo. And if you’re in River North/The Loop area, you can get any of them—single or double-pattied—fast with your hot, chili-rubbed onion strings or parmesan, truffle cream fries.
Shaw’s Crab House
Chicagoans with a hankering for coastal living by way of lunch delivery need look no further than the city’s premiere seafood restaurant, Shaw’s Crab House. They serve up classic seafaring dishes like crispy fish and chips, Maryland-style crab cakes, Alaskan King cab legs, and a traditional New England favorite: lobster rolls at Shaw’s feature fresh, hand-picked Maine lobster mixed with Hellmann’s mayo and diced celery on a house-made brioche roll. You’ll even find Shaw’s signature seafood salad brimming with king and dungeness crab, shrimp, and lobster as well as sesame-crusted Yellowfin tuna tacos and the lively oyster bar’s oysters Rockefeller on the UberEATS menu.
Chicago Q is the go-to spot for smoked meats coated with award-winning sauces and other New American digs. There’s pulled pork sandwiches on pretzel buns, pitmaster mac n’ cheese prepared with cheddar and munster cheese, baby back ribs, and BBQ flights—not to mention bacon cheddar hush puppies and some serious Southern-style shrimp and grits. But health-conscious folks will discover a full menu of delectable salads like the popular kale and quinoa salad with almonds, golden raisins, carrots, radishes, parmesan, and a white balsamic vinaigrette.
If your pizza needs are slightly less traditional, the rustic pizzeria Homeslice boasts 30 signature thin crust pies (both meaty and meat-free) with base sauces like BBQ, ranch, and spinach ricotta. From the meatiest “Knife and Forkner”—a pepperoni, blackened chicken, bacon, and three cheeses loaded mix with BBQ sauce—to the veggie-forward, ricotta sauce-based “Zephy” with portabella mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, and goat, mozzarella, and provolone cheeses, you’ll find a pie to suit your tastes.