New on Uber Eats San Francisco: Trendy desserts, late night breakfast and more
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a sweet meal capper or a full-blown breakfast in the middle of the night, the latest additions to Uber Eats San Francisco are here to make sure you never go hungry.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with homemade treats by “Cupcake Wars” winners Andrea Ballus and Corey Fanfa. Choose from whimsically named versions of the dessert bar’s signature treat—such as the citrus curd-topped Lemony Snicket and dark chocolate Sky is Falling—or non-cake goodies, including colorful macarons and whoopie sandwich cookies.
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Family-style Mexican cuisine is the focus of this popular Bay Area taqueria. Inspired by the food from Lourdes (Lulu) Lopez’s native Michoacan, the expansive menu covers everything from housemade chips and guac to hearty plates of meat (carnitas, chicken mole and more) served with rice and beans to burritos and, of course, tacos in a variety of fillings.
For all-American classics, check out Smack House, where you can order crispy fried chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, grilled wings or a bacon cheeseburger. For dessert, choose from four classic milkshake flavors or go for the apple cinnamon pie.
Trendy Asian-inspired desserts can now show up at your doorstep from U : Dessert Story. Two versions of bingsoo, or Korean shaved ice, are available at the moment—the Mango Sticky Rice and the chocolate Volcano—alongside toasts piled high with sweet fixins’ and delicate crepe cakes in coconut pandan, earl grey honey lavender or Thai tea. On the drinks side, you’ll find coffee, organic teas and a handful of specialty sips.
It’s breakfast all night and into the twilight hours with this morning meal specialist, which delivers omelettes, honey-dipped French toast and buttermilk pancakes from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. Heartier stomach-padding fare include the Break Your Fast Sando, a toasted sourdough sandwich packed with scrambled eggs, bacon, cheese and tomato, and the Hash Burger, which adds a fried egg and corned beef to your typical beef-and-bun combo.