When you need UberEATS most — Introducing Late Night

Just when you thought #EATSWeek couldn’t get any better, we’re opening up for business when you need it most — LATE NIGHT.

Tonight and tomorrow night only, from 12 AM – 3 AM, the best of LA is delivered to you in 10 minutes or less. Whether you’re headed home from the best night ever or getting ready to start the third shift, you can count on ending your night with UberEATS. As a bonus, you’ll receive a complimentary bottle of RESQ Water with every order while supplies last.

Do you need Late Night UberEATS? Show us how you feel. Tell your friends about Late Night – the more you order, the more likely we’ll bring it back back permanently.

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