Uber Adds Metro Detroit Food Deliveries





It just got easier to order food in Metro Detroit.

Whether you're stoned and have the munchies, or you're simply hungry and too lazy to get a meal, you can now turn to the UberEats app to get food  delivered. The service became available on Thursday in Metro Detroit, according to Brenna Houck of Eater Detroit.

There's $5.99 booking fee in addition to the cost of the meal and taxes. There's also an option to tip. 

The standalone meal delivery app, created in 2015, serves 100 cities. Uber's says:

UberEATS has hundreds of restaurants to choose from. When you open the app, you can scroll through the feed for inspiration or search for a particular restaurant or cuisine. When you find something you like, tap to add it to your cart.

When you’re ready to check out, you’ll see your address, an estimated delivery time, and the price of the order including tax and booking fee. When everything looks right, just tap Place order–and that’s it. We’ll automatically use the card on file so you never need cash.

Follow your order in the app. First you’ll see the restaurant accept and start prepping. Then, when the order’s almost ready, a nearby Uber partner–in a car, on a bike, or scooter–will go to the restaurant to pick it up. Next, they’ll drive or ride to you. You’ll be able to see their name and photo and track progress on the map.

Read more:  Eater Detroit






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