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The outside of a new Artichoke Basille's Pizza location at 91st Street and Fourth Avenue.

No, we’re not kidding.

UberEats – an on-demand meal delivery service powered by the popular ride-sharing app Uber – has expanded further into Brooklyn, featuring (for the first time) foodie-favorite restaurants like Midwood’s Di Fara Pizza and Bay Ridge’s brand new Artichoke Basille’s Pizza.

The service – which saw its start in Santa Monica in 2014 – partners with local restaurants in selected cities around the world to connect drivers to hungry eaters, allowing locals to order meals from eateries in a designated radius using the smartphone app, similar to how they would via delivery services like Seamless and GrubHub.

Previously, Di Fara had not delivered at all, and currently, Artichoke’s Bay Ridge location is not listed on any other online delivery services.

“I’m so excited,” said Artichoke Pizza lover Christian Sorrentino. “Late night eating just got a lot more dangerous.”

To celebrate the expansion – which also includes Brooklyn hotspots like Fig & Olive Tree, Sushi Tokyo and Blend Salad & Juice Bar – UberEats is offering $10 off customers’ first two orders by using the code 10OFFBKNOV18 (valid now through November 30).

Download UberEats today for a full list of participating eateries.

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