UberEats launches in Phoenix, Scottsdale

The UberEats app launched during July in Phoenix, meaning your favorite restaurants will deliver food right to your door.

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Most orders take around 35 minutes to arrive and the app allows you to track your food as it makes its way to your doorstep, the same way you can watch the Uber driver on their way to pick you up, according to a press release.

Some of the restaurants that are part of the UberEats app are The Gladly, Clever Koi, Crudo, Okra, Delux, Tacos Chiwas, Bitter & Twisted and Short Leash Hot Dogs. Delivery is available in downtown, midtown and uptown Phoenix, as well as Arcadia, Biltmore, Old Town Scottsdale and Central Scottsdale from 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week, the release stated.

For a limited time only, delivery is free.

For more information, visit www.ubereats.com/phoenix.

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