Selling alcohol through the Uber Eats app is currently available in the following locations. All following locations are live for restaurants, liquor stores, and convenience/grocery merchants, unless otherwise stated:
-Connecticut (liquor stores with their own delivery staff only)
-Maryland (liquor stores with their own delivery staff only)
-Massachusetts (liquor stores with their own delivery staff only)
-Minnesota (liquor stores and convenience/grocery only)
-New Jersey (liquor stores with their own delivery staff only)
-New York (liquor stores only)
-Texas (liquor stores only)
-Virginia (restaurants and convenience/grocery only)
-Wyoming (Teton County only)
We are continuing to expand our coverage, so check back here for the latest locations.
Merchants must sign the Uber Eats alcohol terms and have a valid liquor license on file with Uber Eats for alcohol delivery to sell alcohol through the platform. It is the responsibility of the merchant to:
- Comply with all applicable liquor laws, regulations and policies, including as it relates to the sale and service of alcohol products
- Ensure their license is valid for alcohol sales through the Uber Eats platform
- Remove alcohol items from their menu if the license is revoked or expires
Do not add alcohol to a menu without working with Uber Eats. Alcohol listed on accounts that have not signed the Uber Eats alcohol terms will be removed and could result in termination from the platform.
Please email email@example.com if you have questions or are interested in selling alcohol through the Uber Eats app.