UberEATS Pop-Up Week: Houston’s Best Meals in More Neighborhoods
We heard you, Houston. This week, UberEATS is popping up in a different part of the city each day! Mark your calendar to get a taste of UberEATS and free delivery in under 10 minutes. We’re serving up meals from top Houston restaurants like Brennan’s, Coltivare, and Underbelly. It gets even better. Request EATS this week to be the first of your friends to try a dish from New York’s world famous The Halal Guys before its Grand Opening on January 30th!
Leave your lunch bag at home and enter code UBEREATSPOPUP to receive $7 off your first meal!
Show us your neighborhood love on Twitter and Instagram with #UberEatsHouston and @Uber_Houston.
UberEATS Pop-Up Schedule:
Monday: Downtown, Midtown, Montrose
Tuesday: The Heights & Washington Corridor + Downtown, Midtown, Montrose
Wednesday: Galleria & Greenway Plaza + Downtown, Midtown, Montrose
Thursday: Medical Center + Downtown, Midtown, Montrose
Friday: Rice Village & West University + Downtown, Midtown, Montrose
UberEATS Pop-Up Menu:
Brennan’s of Houston: Smoked Shrimp & Okra Gumbo with Cornbread
Coltivare: Black Pepper Rigatoni Pasta with Wood Roasted Chicken
The Halal Guys: Chicken and Gyro Rice Platter
Underbelly: Korean Pork Belly and Dumpling Stew
Common Bond: Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookie
Check out this week’s full menu here.
HOW IT WORKS:
- Open the Uber app and select the UberEATS fork and plate icon on the top bar
- Enter your address or move the pin to your location, and tap VIEW MENU (only visible in coverage areas)
- Select number of meals, tap PLACE ORDER, enter promo code, and your driver will be curbside in minutes.
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