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Launching of UberEATS in Charleston

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Charleston, being very popular in food, takes it one step further when deciding to participate in UberEATS.

People have been waiting for this moment, for the ability to have some of their favorite comfort foods delivered right to their door without having to even leave your home.

“I would literally be ordering UberEATS at least twice or three times a week. [It’s] such a good idea! I’m so glad they launched it,” exclaimed Dayna Haffenden, junior.

Some of the restaurants participating in UberEATS are Coleman Public House, Peace Pie, Maybank Public House, 60 Bull Cafe, Ellis Creek Fish Camp, Bon Bahn Mi, and many more.

UberEATS has partnered up with 70 local restaurants. Even though, UberEATS is pricey it can be a very convenient service. Especially if you’re sick, buried in work, having a lazy day, or maybe just a meal from your favorite restaurant sounds better at home.

“I would be a happy boy,” said Scott Cave, junior.

The convenient service is not only limited to, Charleston but stretches from Folly Beach through West Ashley and North Charleston, then over through Mount Pleasant and the Isle of Palms. Unfortunately, there isn’t an UberEATS in Summerville, but keep hoping one will be launched her so we can get in on the fun.

Uber representatives mentioned that the delivery radius for each restaurant will be different, so the restaurants available to you on your app will depend on your exact location.

The UberEATS app is super easy to get and is free to download. The app was made simply to make getting food easy and stress free.

You can even track your order in the app, so you’ll know exactly when your meal will be delivered.

Also, if you already have an Uber account, you can continue to use that as your login for UberEATS. Therefore, there’s no need to create a new account, unless you’ve forgotten your password of course.

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Payton Vaughn, Staff Writer

Payton Vaughn is a junior enjoying her second year in journalism and first year on the Wave Breaker staff at SHS. Payton enjoys photography, listening to music, and other creative art stuff. She has a fluffy kitty named Asher who enjoys beating up anything that passes by her house. Payton also has a fish and snail the she “takes care” of. Although Payton is very lazy, she does get her work done. She plans on being mentored and accepted to become a proud member of the “website design team.” She may not look it, but she can be quite handy with a computer… most of the time.

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One Response to “Launching of UberEATS in Charleston”

  1. Mrs. Fuller on November 20th, 2017 5:12 pm

    I literally used UberEATs last night! Love this….no shame!

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