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    2. Rhode Island
    3. Providence

    Providence Food Delivery

    Once you’ve entered your delivery address, you can start browsing the places to eat available to you. If you’re hankering something from a particular restaurant in Providence, like Kung Fu Tea or Veggie Fun, you can easily search for it by its name to see if it’s available. Another way to discover restaurants near you in Providence is to browse the 30 or so cuisines and categories available, like Fast Food. If your preference is to get your takeout order yourself instead of having it delivered, check out the places to eat in Providence, like Ten One Teahouse and Shaking Crab, that offer pickup.

    Uber Eats in Providence

    Thinking about your next meal? Order food for delivery and treat yourself to a scrumptious meal from your favorite Providence places to eat without having to make a visit to Atwells Ave, Thayer St, or anywhere in between. We’ve partnered with about 200 places to eat and retailers in Providence, including McDonald’s and Kabob and Curry, so that you can enjoy a variety of food delivery options. Once it’s placed, we’ll show you your order’s estimated arrival time, which you can track by the minute.

    Popular food in Providence

    Deciding what to order for your meal or snack can be tough. Get inspired by Providence customers’ delivery favorites. Cheese pizza and tacos are two of the most-ordered dishes in Providence. As far as Providence restaurants options that are popular among customers go, Meeting Street Cafe is a popular spot for breakfast or brunch, Big Tony’s Pizza is a popular Italian spot, and Mexico Garibaldi is popular for Mexican food. You can also consider a restaurant’s rating, provided by Uber Eats customers, to gauge how popular it is in Providence, where the average restaurant rating is 4.6. Now that you have some inspiration, why not order food from a restaurant you’ve never tried and start discovering new favorites?