Whether you’re looking for a spot to try for the first time or have been waiting with fingers crossed for an old favorite to deliver, here’s what’s new on Uber Eats in San Francisco this January.
Don’t have time to wait in line? Want to indulge in your go-to custom order from the comfort of your couch? Now you can get your much-needed morning coffee or afternoon pick-me-up delivered straight to your door (or the boardroom … or even the beach!). Whether you want a simple Tall Brewed Coffee, a Grande Latte, or even a Venti Coconutmilk Caffé Latte with two pumps of Vanilla Syrup and a dash of Cinnamon Powder — it’s all just a few taps away. Bonus: many of your favorite Starbucks bites are also readily available, including breakfast sandwiches, wraps and pastries as well as Protein Boxes and Bowls to keep you fueled all day long.
Cajun-style fried chicken comes to San Francisco by way of Louisiana via this chain. The breaded and crisped-up poultry gets its flavor from a mix of spices and come in different combos depending on the crowd you’re feeding. Fried shrimp and fish are also on the menu, as well as Southern sides such as mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, and jambalaya.
This bistro puts a global twist on American classics. Everything from the shareable appetizers to sandwiches to entrees has an international edge—think riblets braised osso bucco-style in sherry, blackened fish tacos with mango salsa, and teriyaki salmon atop shiitake mushroom wild rice.
Italian comfort food is the focus at this Haight Street spot. The enoteca serves up several red and whites pies alongside stick-to-your-ribs pastas and entrees like meatballs cooked in San Marzano tomatoes, roasted octopus with chickpea puree, and braised chicken thighs with olives and basil.
As its name suggests, lamb is the starring protein in many of the dishes at this Chinese restaurant, where it appears in stews, dumplings, and several forms of noodle soup and noodle stir fries. There are plentiful other options, too, ranging from appetizers like hot and spicy beef tendon to dimsum classics such as pork dumplings and chive pancakes.
Get your burger fix from this Burlingame favorite. Expect creative twists on the patty-and-bun combo: the Point Reyes Station layers on local blue cheese, crispy onion strings, pickles, and a homemade garlic aioli, while Runaway Freight features cheddar, bourbon-glazed mushrooms, and Maverick’s signature burger sauce.