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UberEATS is expanding to Queens.

Starting today, Queens residents can order from their favorite neighborhood restaurants and get their food at Uber speed.

The car-hailing company has expanded its food delivery service app UberEATS to Queens. With the UberEATS app or website, customers can order lunch, dinner, late night and brunch from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. The company has partnered with 34 restaurants in Long Island City, Astoria and Sunnyside and is offering $15 off first orders for new UberEATS users.

Those who live outside of the three neighborhoods cannot receive deliveries but Uber “is looking to expand is certainly looking forward to expanding its UberEATS coverage in the future,” according to spokesperson Matt Fossen.

The delivery fee is $2.99 and customers do not need to tip. According to Uber’s website, the average delivery takes 35 minutes and the app allows users to track exactly where the delivery car is.

These are the participating restaurants:

  • Buttercup Bakeshop
  • Tut’s Hub
  • Tea and Milk
  • Saffron
  • Spice
  • Ornella Trattoria Italiana
  • Eleni’s Cookies
  • MP Taverna
  • Riko Peruvian Cuisine Sunnyside
  • B’way Kitchen
  • Flo
  • Coo Coo Crisp Chicken
  • 16 Handles
  • Dorian Cafe
  • Cafe Via Espresso
  • Butcher Bar
  • Something Sweet
  • Blend on the Water
  • Kurry Qulture
  • 4 Squared Flavors
  • Mike’s Diner
  • Cafe Boulis
  • Himalayan Restaurant & Grill
  • Nazca
  • Mojave
  • King Of Falafel & Shawarma
  • Los Portales
  • Petey’s Burger
  • Andy’s Cafe
  • Hidalgo Mexican Food
  • Mi Espiguita


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FoodsFriend September 21, 2016 / 04:27PM
If it's your first time using UberEATS make sure to grab one of their new signup promo codes. Take a look at and you can often get a full dinner for free. I don't think there's any coupons after your first meal though.

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