DC, Your #UberEATS Has Arrived
Let’s do lunch, DC. UberEATS has officially arrived in the District and starting Tuesday, August 25, 2015, we’re serving you lunch from DC’s best restaurants in 10 minutes or less.
UBEREATS HAS ARRIVED IN DC
Featuring free delivery for the first week!
Our curated menu changes daily, offering up a selection of local favorites, lunchtime staples, and new, crave-worthy bites to satisfy every eater. With just a tap of the Uber app, District dwellers can request lunch from the city’s best restaurants — no lines, no wait for a table, no reservation needed.
READY TO EATS?
Ordering UberEATS is just as easy as requesting a ride:
- Open the Uber app within our coverage area and tap the plate icon at the top of the app
- Enter your address or move the pin to your location
- Order your meal and your driver will be curbside in minutes
Coverage area: DC only, downtown from Foggy Bottom to Capitol Hill. Don’t fret — we’ll expand soon.
For more information visit uber.com/eats.
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