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UberLUNCH, Postmates, More: Growing Delivery Trend

Uber's paired up with local restaurants for UberLUNCH. Postmates promises to deliver various goods in under one hour. And SupperBell brings a new option.

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Meal delivery is a growing trend for Denver and other major cities. Uber is teaming up with local restaurants to bring lunch on the fly during Restaurant Week until February 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Uber app will have a lunch option to request, order, and purchase a meal from Highland Tap & Burger, Root Down, Masterpiece Deli and more. Uber guarantees meals will be delivered in under 10 minutes. Check out the daily menu at the Denver uberLUNCH website.

Postmates is another delivery service for the Denver area, but longstanding. Offering various goods from the Postmates General Store and meals from local restaurants, the service promises delivery within one hour of ordering. Denver Postmates restaurants include, among others, Lou's Food Bar, Patxi's Pizza, Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, Illegal Pete's, Work & Class, Linger, The Cherry Cricket, Salt & Grinder, Highland Tavern, Park Burger, and more.

The newest addition to the trend is Supper Bell, a chef-driven concept with Ace Speidel at the helm. Speidel, who spent time at TAG and with the Kitchen group, creates a weekly dinner menu that is posted online every Sunday. Dinner is delivered to guests Monday through Friday from a selection of dishes that is updated online the evening before they are prepared. All you need to do is find what you want and order by 3 p.m.