Café Versailles and La Carreta Now Available on UberEats, Free Delivery Through Friday

Croquetas at Versailles Restaurant.
Croquetas at Versailles Restaurant.
Courtesy of Versailles Restaurant
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No need to leave your house to get your Cuban sandwich fix. Today UberEats begins delivery service for Café Versailles and all nine La Carreta locations, sending cafecito and croquetas straight to your door.

You can place your Café Versailles or La Carreta orders via the UberEats mobile app or website. The full menu at La Carreta and the café menu at Versailles will be available for delivery, including yuca croquetas, vaca frita, medianoche sandwiches, pastelitos, and Cuban-style flan. Prices will be the same as those on the restaurants' regular menus plus a delivery fee.

“With UberEats, you can now get your croquetas or ropa vieja delivered when you want it, where you want it, at Uber speed," UberEats general manager Juan Pablo Restrepo says. "Versailles and La Carreta are staples of our community, and we could not be more excited to partner with them."

To celebrate, UberEats is offering free delivery on all Café Versailles and La Carreta orders through Friday, February 1. Enter the promo code VERSAILLES19 at checkout.

For now, a majority of deliveries will be limited to Miami-Dade, though the cities of Pembroke Pines and Miramar in Broward will be able to order La Carreta items.

Since UberEats launched in Miami nearly three years ago, the service has added hundreds of restaurants to its database, including MDoughW, Mandolin Aegean Bistro, and Bocce.

Looking back at its time in Miami-Dade, UberEats reviewed users' order history and found that the most ordered item on Sundays is a poke bowl/miso soup combo from Poke 305, and the Salty Donut's traditional glazed buttermilk variety is the most popular doughnut in the county. On average, Night Owl Cookie Co.'s cookie and cream is the most ordered item at midnight.

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