UberEATS has expanded to the Main Line, six months after the food-delivery service launched in Philadelphia proper for the first time.
UberEATS made its official debut on the Philadelphia circuit back in August after months of rumors. The city was one of the first 25 cities to receive the standalone app after UberEATS launched in 2015 in Toronto, Canada.
UberEATS has been available in other areas outside of the city limits, but now Main Line residents will be able to get food delivered right to their doors from local restaurants like The Grog in Bryn Mawr, Vida Taqueria in Havertown, Ginza Japanese Restaurant in Narberth, and Saffron Indian Kitchen in Ambler, among others.
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