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What's good, Uber?
No more Sweetgreen within ten minutes.
With the company handling deliveries itself, it's going right after start-ups such as Caviar and Maple.
The interface is simple and straightforward, and food arrives quickly, but UberEATS struggles to stand out from the pack.
The so-named Ando will launch this spring, and aims to be "Momofuku at home."
It'll take a 30 percent cut of the bill.
UberEATS is expected to join the herd of big-city meal couriers by March.
It's one of four daily specials he's contributing to this week's Maple menu.
The David Chang-backed start-up has quickly revolutionized delivery food, and its dedicated customers can't get enough.
Ooey Gooey Butter Cake, on demand.
Countless holiday parties will be saved.
Greenpointers are a generous bunch.
Police busted a cluster of spots on the Upper West Side.
Fake restaurants still appear with quite a bit of frequency.
It can carry 80 pizzas at one time.
Caviar will bring David Chang's fried-chicken sandwich to your door.
It'll serve parts of the West Village, Greenwich Village, Soho, Tribeca, Nolita, and Little Italy.
Waiting an extra hour or two for a pizza delivery is one thing. Waiting nearly three weeks for an actual response from customer service is another.