Chicago coffee drinkers can now get their Starbucks frappuccinos delivered with Uber Eats.
Starbucks Delivers officially launched Monday in Chicago. The coffee company teamed up with Uber Eats, Uber’s food delivery service, to deliver its popular coffee and tea-based drinks.
Chicago is one of the first cities to have access to the service, Starbucks said in a release. Currently, Starbucks Delivers is available in San Francisco and Miami. It plans to expand deliveries to Boston, New York and Washington D.C. in the next few weeks.
Most of Starbucks’ in-store offerings will be available on the Uber Eats app, with a delivery order booking fee of $2.49.
If Rebekah Gardner and Morgan Bertsch are absent for an extended period of time, the Sky still might find success based on the opening minutes of the fourth quarter Friday.
Johnathan Salgado, 22, was shot in the 2400 block of South Homan Avenue, police said.
Thousands of fans descended on Chicago’s Grant Park for a two-day festival celebrating reggaeton and other Latin music.
There isn’t just one culprit for the downturn that has the Cubs closer to last place than first place in the underwhelming National League Central.
Sueños Music Festival has returned to Chicago for a Memorial Day weekend extravaganza in Grant Park.