While another year is rapidly coming to an end, there’s still plenty of time to expand your palate and discover a new favorite restaurant. December's latest additions to Uber Eats have something for everyone, especially if you have a sweet tooth.
Two of NYC’s biggest culinary names have made their way to Uber Eats this month: dessert guru Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar and the fast-casual vegan chain by Chloe. Milk Bar's roster of nostalgic desserts are guaranteed to be a hit at any holiday feast, Niu Noodle House is your one-stop shop for all your favorite Asian dishes, while Bagelworks and the health-leaning deli Terri will help you eat well in the morning and afternoon.
Bird’s the word in L.A. this month with two rotisserie chicken options joining the Uber Eats family. California Chicken Cafe does a classic crispy-skinned roast, while Poulet Du Jour infuses their version with Mediterranean flavors. For more comforting eats, look through the diner-style menu of LA Cafe, or Thai specialties from TG Express. Keeping it light to offset holiday treats? Stock up on fruit and veggie smoothies and juices from Open Source Organics.
The Windy City has no shortage of Italian restaurants and neither does December’s list of new partners. For casual, crowd-pleasing eats, there’s pizza and pasta from Bacci Pizzeria. If a fancier meal is in order, dishes from hotel restaurant The Florentine will surely impress. Filling the hole for your weekly sushi and taco fix are Sushi X and Las Fuentes Restaurant, respectively, while Steak N'Shake is here to provide a winning spread for game day.
Cuisines from near and far call Houston home and the partners coming aboard Uber Eats in December are no exception to that. Le Colonial and Pho & Grill both fall under the category of Vietnamese, but in very different ways, with the former serving upscale twists and the latter delivering noodle soups and barbecued meats. Sapporo Japanese Bistro & Sushi Bar has you covered for sushi cravings and Luna Pizzeria when it comes to pizza. Closer to Texas, find the hearty cooking of neighboring Louisiana at Cajun Town Cafe.
Continuing the worldly theme, the latest additions to Uber Eats in Boston will truly make it easier to be a global citizen, at least when it comes to food. Specialties from around the world are ready to tantalize your taste buds. From Southeast Asia, there’s Pho and I, doling out Vietnamese noodle soup, and Dakzen, specializing in Thai cooking, in addition to Japanese at Fin’s Sushi+Grill and Indian from Mehak Restaurant. From across the Atlantic comes The Neighborhood Restaurant & Bakery, which offers up a mix of Portuguese delicacies and all-American fare.
The best thing about diner-style restaurants is the something-for-everyone approach and that’s exactly what you’ll find at The New Spot on Polk and Jack’s Restaurant. The first puts a modern spin on American classics, while the latter serves up comfort food for all three meals. Another surefire hit are the pies from North Beach Pizza, while those seeking more diverse eats can count on Vietnamese restaurant Turtle Tower and poke specialist Poki Bowl to deliver, both literally and figuratively.