This morning, David Chang launched his NYC food-delivery app, Maple. Right on the heels of the Maple launch, Uber dropped some serious food-delivery news of its own.
Uber rolled out its food delivery service, UberEats, in NYC and Chicago today, following successful tests in Barcelona and Los Angeles. Here’s the game-changing aspect of UberEats: the company will use its network of drivers to deliver your order in 10 minutes or less.
WIRED reports that ordering food from Uber will be similar to ordering a ride.
Ok, time to get to the menu: It changes daily, and only a few options are available each day—but they are strong ones. This week, if you’re in NYC, you can order a brisket sandwich from Mighty Quinn’s ($15), kale Caesar from Sweetgreen ($8.85), or a lobster roll from Barchetta ($15).
For now, UberEats in NYC extends from 14th to 40th Street.
Barchetta lobster roll
Sweetgreen kale Caesar