Right on the heels of the launch of David Chang-backed Maple, Uber has expanded its own food-delivery service to New York. It works exactly like requesting a car on demand: Enter an address, tap “view menu,” place an order (just lunch, for now), and wait mere minutes until the food arrives curbside.
The twist is that the UberEats menu will change daily. Today’s lunch menu, available between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., includes select dishes from American Cut, Num Pang, Scarpetta, Mighty Quinn’s, and Sweetgreen. It’s a Manhattan-only service for now, and it extends from 14th to 40th Street.