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UberEATS Charleston is here, an Uber-cool way to get food delivered

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Starting Thursday, November 9, UberEATS will be available in Charleston. The app will let Charlestonians have food delivered from more than 70 restaurants.

Places like Pawpaw, Poogan's Smokehouse, Callie's Hot Little Biscuit, Cafe Framboise, Juliet, CO, Crave Kitchen and Cocktails, and Coleman Public House.

But wait! Coleman Public House is in Mount Pleasant!

That's right! It's not limited to only Charleston!

We reached out to an Uber spokesperson, who said UberEATS will be available in Mount Pleasant, as well.

The app will go live Thursday from Folly Beach through West Ashley and North Charleston, then over to Mount Pleasant and the Isle of Palms.

Uber representatives also say the delivery radius for each restaurant will be different, so the restaurants available to you on your app will depend on your exact location.

If you need another reason to use the app, the company is giving you two. You can get $5 off the first two orders you place if you use the promo code "EATSCHS" in the app.

The UberEATS app is free to download, and they say it was made specifically to make getting food as easy as getting a ride. When using the app, you can even track your order in the app, so you know exactly when it'll be delivered.

They also say you don't even have to set up a new account; you can use the same one you have for your regular Uber app.

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