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Uber, McDonald’s partner on home delivery service

| Monday, June 26, 2017 8:21 a.m
An Egg McMuffin meal is pictured at a McDonald's restaurant in Encinitas, California, in this file photo taken August 13, 2015.

Pittsburgh area residents can now receive home delivery from 44 area McDonald’s restaurants via the ride-sharing giant Uber.

The partnership between the restaurant chain and Uber allows customers to order their favorite restaurant menu items via the UberEATS mobile app or

“We are excited to offer customers a new level of convenience and personalization,” said local owner-operater Darren Roberts.

“This partnership with UberEATS will provide McDonald’s customers across the Pittsburgh area even more opportunities to enjoy their favorite menu items,” he said

In January, McDonald’s and UberEATS piloted the delivery service from more than 200 restaurants in Miami, Orlando and Tampa Bay. The test generated high levels of customer satisfaction and consistent growth as customers experienced the convenience of having McDonald’s items delivered to their door, according to company officials.

The service was then expanded to Los Angeles, Chicago, Columbus, Phoenix, Denver and other major cities. By the end of June, the service will be available from more than 3,500 McDonald’s restaurants across the country.

“We launched UberEATS in Pittsburgh last month, giving people in the Steel City a new way to get the food they want, when they want it. Today, we’re thrilled to partner with McDonald’s in Pittsburgh and provide easy access to everyone’s McDonald’s favorites at the push of a button,” said Casey Verkamp, UberEATS general manager in Pennsylvania.

Participating locations:


2925 Freeport Road, Harmarville

19055 Perry Highway, Warrendale

1703 Route 228, Cranberry Twp.

907 Freeport Road, Fox Chapel

4849 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh

10529 Perry Highway, Wexford

7702 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh

4557 Ohio River Boulevard, Bellevue

971 William Flynn Highway, Shaler

363 Perry Highway, West View

4618 William Flynn Highway, Allison Park

801 Allegheny Avenue, Northside


2518 West Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh

5261 Library Road, Bethel Park

225 Mount Lebanon Boulevard, Castle Shannon

2090 Lebanon Church Road, West Mifflin

4214 Brownsville Road, Brentwood

Route 50 Raceway Plaza, Heidelburg

3023 Washington Pike, Bridgeville

630 Brownsville Road, Mt. Oliver

82 Fort Couch Road, Pittsburgh

549 Clairton Boulevard, Pleasant Hills


350 Lincoln Highway, North Versailles

148 North Euclid Avenue, East Liberty

430 Penn Avenue, Wilkinsburg

1630 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh

11591 Frankstown Road, Pittsburgh

3760 William Penn Highway, Monroeville

4317 Northern Pike, Monroeville

70 Allegheny River Boulevard, Verona

7277 Saltsburg Road, Penn Hills

3708 Forbes Avenue, Oakland

6361 Penn Avenue, East Liberty

101 Hoffman Boulevard, Duquesne

400 East Waterfront Drive, Homestead


825 Beaver Grade Road, Moon Twp.

6380 Steubenville Pike, Robinson Twp.

100 Davis Boulevard, Robinson Twp.

1 Poplar Street, Greentree

600 Pine Hollow Road, McKees Rocks

1010 4th Avenue, Coraopolis


608 Wood Street

505 Smithfield Street

500 Liberty Avenue

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