Vancouver is still waiting for their Uber to arrive but the global transportation technology company is entering Vancouver’s food-delivery market in the meantime.
The UberEats food-delivery app went live yesterday in Vancouver.
UberEats, which is available in numerous cities around the world, first launched in Canada in Toronto in 2015 and now serves Montreal, Hamilton, London, Ottawa, Edmonton, and Calgary.
The service will be delivering meals from over 130 Vancouver eateries, including Kitsilano’s own Las Margaritas, Taco Shack, Rocky Mountain Flatbread, Glory Juice Co., and Vera’s Burger Shack.
Delivery will initially be available within downtown Vancouver, Kitsilano, Mount Pleasant, Chinatown, and the Downtown Eastside, in an area east of Blenheim Street, north of 33rd Avenue, and west of Nanaimo Street.
Last modified: December 7, 2017