Pretty soon, Baltimoreans will be able to order up a land-taxi and a water-taxi and a snack via Uber. (Though presumably not all at the same time.)
UberEATS, the company’s food delivery service, added Baltimore to its list of 20 cities nationwide where you’re able to get an Uber driver to bring dinner to your door. The service (which runs on a separate app from regular Uber) charges $4.99 to bring you food from restaurants including Grano, Lebanese Taverna, and Terra Cafe in about 35 minutes.
The company told the Sun that one reason it expanded to Baltimore is because of the city’s burgeoning food culture. It’s great to see Baltimore getting that recognition–but if you really want to show your local pride, you should probably get your delivery through OrderUp, the similar service that was founded right here in the city.
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