San Francisco-based Uber Technologies Inc. has expanded its app-enabled UberEats restaurant food delivery service to San Diego, the company announced.
A company statement said San Diego on June 14 became the 11th U.S. city with access to UberEats, which lets users order food from local restaurants to be delivered by the company’s UberX driver partners.
Officials said users can download the UberEats app from Apple’s iTunes or Google’s Play store, and select from among more than 100 restaurants in the San Diego market. The list includes popular local eateries such as Puesto, Carnitas Snack Shack and Brian Malarkey’s Green Acre.
Uber is among several companies now offering tech-enabled restaurant and related meal delivery services in the local market, including Amazon, GrubHub, DoorDash, OrderUp and Munchery.