Hamburgers, grilled cheese, even shrimp risotto — all delivered to your house.
Those are just a few of the new delivery options for Greater Bay Shore area residents through Uber Eats, which comes from the ride-hailing service Uber.
But the catch is you have to live in the areas of the participating restaurants.
“This will vary from city to city and depends on courier coverage and customer location,” reads the Uber Eats website.
Already the delivery help is getting positive reviews from local restaurant owners.
“We’ve been live with Local Burger for two weeks now and it is going great,” said Local Burger co-owner Mike McElwee.
Either browse the mobile app or online for food you want and place the order. Then you can track it all the way to your front door.