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What College Station restaurants are on Uber Eats?

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Ready to eat some Texas takeout from Uber Eats? We’ve listed every restaurant in College Station that lets you use the service.

Home of Texas A&M University, College Station has seen a surge in population over the past three decades, reaching near 118,000 in 2017 — a gain of more than 25% since 2010.

Uber Eats allows you to swipe through a variety of menus and order for the same price as dine-in customers. When the food is ready, it’s delivered to your address by an Uber Eats driver. You pay via your Uber account and the service tacks on a flat fee of $4.99.

Every single College Station restaurant that is part of Uber Eats is listed in the table below.

Name Category Postal Code Address
Babylon Cafe Mediterranean 3700 Texas Ave
McDonald’s American, Burgers, Fast Food 77801 825 Villa Maria
Los Cucos (Bryan) Tex-Mex 920 N Earl Rudder Fwy
C & J Barbeque (Bryan) BBQ 1010 Texas Ave
Chicken Express (Bryan) American, Soul Food 401 Texas Ave
Cafe Eccell Italian 4401 Texas Ave
Paolo’s Italian Kitchen Italian 77840 809 University Dr E
McDonald’s American, Burgers, Fast Food 77807 700 S Texas Ave
Willie’s Grill & Icehouse (College Station) American, Bar Food 77840 940 University Dr E
Schlotzsky’s Deli (S College Ave) Salad, Sandwich, Deli 77840 107 South College Ave
La Bodega Express Mexican, Breakfast & Brunch 4401 Texas Ave

Does McDonald’s offer its McDelivery service through Uber Eats in College Station?

Yes. The McDonald’s located at 801 University Drive (at the northeast corner of Texas A&M’s campus) is part of Uber Eats. McDelivery allows customers to purchase any item off McDonald’s menu and have it delivered — just no soft-serve ice cream.

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How do I work for Uber Eats in College Station?

Uber Eats is looking for delivery people with cars, bikes or scooters in College Station.

To be a driver for Uber Eats

You must:

  • Be at least 19 years old
  • Have a car that is 1996 or newer
  • Have a valid driver’s license, insurance and a vehicle registration card
  • Be legally able to work in the US
  • Be able to lift 30 pounds.

To deliver on bike for Uber Eats

You must:

  • Be 18 years old
  • Be able to lift 30 pounds
  • Be legally able to work in the US

To deliver on scooter for Uber Eats

You must:

  • Be 19 years old
  • Have a driver’s license, insurance and scooter registration
  • Be legally able to work in the US
  • Be able to lift 30 pounds

If you meet the requirements, you can sign up on the company website. Once approved, download the Uber Eats app to your phone and begin taking orders and earning money.

What are the busiest times to order from Uber Eats in College Station?

Typically the busiest time of day for Uber Eats in College Station is between 11 a.m.–2 p.m. and 5 p.m.–9 p.m. Wait times can ramp up on Saturdays in the fall due to the popularity of Texas A&M football games.

When did Uber Eats begin in College Station?

The Uber Eats initiative in College Station came to town on November 16, 2017. There are 25 restaurants in College Station available via the Uber Eats app. Cuisines include burgers, Mexican food, barbecue, Indian food, pizza, Italian food and more.

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