Uber Will Deliver Little Miss BBQ Today During Lunch

Since opening its doors in 2014, Little Miss BBQ has become known for its long line of hungry patrons. Every day the restaurant is open, fans of Texas barbecue wait patiently outside the South Phoenix restaurant in hopes of nabbing a plate of the award-winning brisket before the day's allotment runs out. 

Well, we've got some good news. Today, you don't have to brave Little Miss BBQ's infamous line in order to enjoy a plate of 'cue. Today, you can call an Uber driver to have a two-meat plate delivered directly to your home or office. 

Here's the deal: Today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or until the barbecue runs out), Uber has teamed up with Little Miss BBQ and Hubert's Lemonade to deliver lunch around metro Phoenix. 

All you have to do is open the Uber app, select the “BBQ” option at the bottom of the screen, and hit "REQUEST BBQ." Once you've done that, you'll get a call from an Uber rep confirming your order.  

Diners will be able to get a Little Miss BBQ two-meat plate delivered. The meal comes with two pieces of brisket, one sausage, coleslaw, and grits. Each plate costs $18 and each order will be limited to four plates. Delivery is limited to Central Phoenix, Downtown Phoenix, and Tempe.

Oh, and organizers expect demand to be high, so if you can't get through on your first request, try again.

For more information about the restaurant, check the Little Miss BBQ website. For more information about the ridesharing app Uber, visit the company's website

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