Uber Eats Is Now In Gravenhurst


As of March 13th, residents and visitors in Gravenhurst can order delivery from their favourite restaurants along with everyday essentials, groceries, alcohol, pet supplies, and more on Uber Eats. Uber Eats is now available in over 300 cities across the country, expanding rapidly as more Canadians embrace the convenience of delivery. As part of today’s expansion, Uber Eats is expanding to Renfrew, Fort Frances, Gravenhurst, Arnprior, Hanover, Goderich, Ingersoll, Listowel, Wallaceburg, Dryden, Aylmer, Braeside, Appleton, and L’Original.

As cities and towns across Canada grapple with challenging macroeconomic trends, Uber Eats offers local restaurants a new way to connect with hungry customers and local delivery people to make delivery fast and easy. Our expansion into Gravenhurst also means that we’re creating flexible earning opportunities for people from all walks of life who choose to deliver on the platform.

Get almost anything from your local favourites to popular national brands all available at the click of a button on your phone on Uber Eats. To celebrate, we’re also running a special offer of $0 Delivery Fees in Gravenhurst on all eligible merchants for a limited time only.

Over the last few years, Uber Eats has grown rapidly. Our gross bookings have increased 6x in Canada from Q2 2019 to Q2 2023. Uber Eats is already the leading delivery platform in Canada with our business being 2x the size of the largest competitor in Canada and almost 3x the size of the third largest competitor. As the delivery platform of choice for Canadian consumers and merchants, we’re proud to partner exclusively with hundreds of restaurants across the country and look forward to our exclusive launch with Domino’s in the coming months.

In case it’s helpful for your story, I’m also sharing our latest consumer ordering and delivery trends, highlighting the growing popularity of the app and our new delivery verticals:

  • Almost half (44%) of Canadians reported using delivery apps to order food or essential items and the majority of these individuals said that they have used Uber Eats.
  • Convenience was listed as the most important reason people used Uber Eats, with 76% of food delivery service users citing this. Following convenience, users highlighted that they ordered when they were tired of cooking or doing the dishes (39%) and liked the quick delivery times (41%).
  • Nearly three-quarters (70%) of eaters have ordered from a restaurant they have never dined at before via a delivery app.
  • Almost three-quarters (71%) of eaters agreed that food delivery apps are a lot more convenient than other forms of takeout.
  • Close to half (47%) of Uber Eats users used the app to order groceries in the last year. In the last six months, we’ve brought on Metro, Walmart, Costco, and Food Basics onto the app.
  • Almost one-third (30%) of Uber Eats users used the app to order alcohol at least once in the last year. In Ontario, all LCBO stores in the GTA and all Beer Stores wherever we have Uber Eats are on the app.
  • First third-party platform in the world to offer the delivery of safe and legal cannabis. We now have 91 merchants on the platform.




  1. Download the Uber Eats app – you can sign in using your Uber account or sign up to create a new one.
  2. Choose where to deliver – add your home, work or any other address you’d like.
  3. Browse local restaurants – search for your favourite meal or try something new.
  4. Check out with a tap – pay with your card on file or check your mailbox for a new user promotion offer and add a payment method.
  5. Track your order – watch as your order gets picked up and delivered to you.
  6. Rate your food and delivery.

If you are a restaurant and would like to understand how we can partner together, follow this link: https://www.ubereats.com/restaurant/signup


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