Sunday, April 5, 2020

Toronto Restaurants use "Uber Eats" amid Coronavirus Covid-19 Lockdowns

Toronto restaurants are facing risks of bankruptcy amid the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Many restaurants across the city are struggling to stay operational. 1 in 10 Toronto restaurants now say that they are closed permanently forever. Here are some places in Toronto that use Uber Eats for food delivery.


  1. It's interesting that Uber Eats has turned to grocery deliveries to create revenue in these times. Uber Eats gets help with partnerships in France, Spain and Brazil. Uber Eats is certainly launching a series of partnerships with supermarkets, convenience stores, and other businesses to offer home deliveries of essential items.

    This isn’t an entirely new initiative from Uber. Similar things have been done in the past.

    Unfortunately, Uber is facing a huge drop in demand for services like Uber Taxi. People cut down on non-essential travel.

  2. McDonald's sure still gets a ton of customers these days.

    McDonald's keeps creating take out orders. It's pretty amazing how they try to fill up as many bags as possible.

    This story below shows a McDonald's room completely filled with delivery bags. This is what the McDonald's at Queen & Spadina location looks like.

    After some people changed their minds, some of the bags on the floor were discarded and not used for any orders.