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UberFRESH Begins Inevitable Delivery Dominance, Schlepping Upscale Dinners to Westsiders

The burgeoning food delivery service is now slinging dinnertime meals from places like STK.

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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Coming fresh (get it?!) off the heels of last month's news that UberFRESH was upping their delivery game to include West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, it looks like the growing service has just launched a few dinner options as well. Not that, you know, Uber needed to do more to take over all things car service in L.A.

For the uninitiated, UberFRESH is the food delivery service that rides on the back of the extremely successful Uber car service app. The big get with this food delivery model, of course, is that for anyone with an existing Uber account, it's pretty seamless to get enchiladas delivered right to your doorstep. Plus, UberFRESH focuses on higher-end meals that you may not be able to have delivered otherwise, and even works with restaurants to create specific dinner options (say a main, two sides and a drink) at one combined price.

The latest dinner iteration of UberFRESH is currently pretty limited -- weeknights only, between 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. -- but that's likely to change as the service continues to ramp up, with even more coverage. This week's meals include a stop at The Counter for an $11 burger and chips deal, or a $17 grilled steak sandwich from STK. They'll even deliver a dinner deal featuring smoked ribs and a couple of sides for Littlefork in Hollywood.