538: Uber Eats Offers Dine-In Option
Uber Eats has begun to insert itself into the dine-in business. A new option in some cities lets you order your food ahead of time, go to the restaurant, then sit down inside to eat it.
Diners aren't charged for the service. Instead, restaurants pay a fee that varies from market to market, and customers can tip restaurant employees through the app. The feature is designed to allow restaurants to focus mainly on making food and providing top-notch service to customers.
The new Dine-In option is now available in some cities, including Austin, Dallas, Phoenix and San Diego.
We discuss food delivery options and their myriad fees and the ongoing chicken sandwich battle.
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