No matter your choice of comfort food, S.F.’s diverse restaurant scene is sure to deliver. Go the all-American route with Cajun-fried poultry at Krispy Krunchy Chicken or elevated burgers from Maverick Jacks. Feeling like a trip abroad? Uva Enoteca has you covered with pizza, pasta, and other Italian classics, while The Three Sheep brings a taste of China. For a taste of everything, Eureka! blends culinary influences from around the world.
Stay out of the cold and fill up on the best that the Big Apple has to offer. Steamy bowls of udon are a no-brainer on NYC’s chilly nights Raku Soho and Raku East Village, but those seeking sushi or elevated Japanese entrees also have an option in the form of Morimoto. Tacombi, Mighty Quinn's BBQ, and White Castle are here for anyone seeking comforts like tacos, ribs, or sliders, respectively. For something sweet to help offset winter blues, try a treat (or two) from Molly's Cupcakes.
When it comes to variety, Los Angeles is no slouch in the food department. Ramen Shack Takumiya serves up Japanese noodle soup, Me + Crepe specializes in Chinese-style crepes, and Stout Burgers + Bar does elevated spins on its namesake dish. Of course, no L.A. list would be complete without a juice bar—in this case, the popular Pressed Juicery.
Everything is meatier in Texas and that includes this month’s new line-up of restaurants. Depending on whether you want simple fast-food burgers or chef-driven creations, try Jack in the Box or Hopdoddy. For tacos with a twist, peruse the menu at Velvet Taco; those who prefer a more traditional take can order in from OMG Tacos. Finally, Kyoto Japanese Steak House brings hibachi-grilled proteins into the picture, along with sushi.
Many of the establishments making their Chicago Uber Eats debut have perfected a signature item: at Big Star, that’s tacos; for Wow Bao, it’s Chinese steamed buns. Kamehachi Sushi Cafe is a pro with raw fish and fast-food chain PDQ knows its way with crispy chicken. Staropolska is also a specialist—it doles out superior versions of traditional Polish dishes.
Several East Asian cuisines are represented in the newest additions to D.C.’s Uber Eats roster. For Japanese, there’s sushi from Wasabi Bistro; the country’s popular noodle soup makes its way via JINYA Ramen Bar. City Lights of China brings a mix of American-Chinese favorites, in addition to more traditional dishes, while Momo's Cafe offers up a taste of Taiwanese fare.
Those still on clean-eating resolutions need not worry—Frutta Bowls has you covered with healthy acai, pitaya, and oatmeal bowls.