St. Louis Bar & Grill’s menu is now available across the country for delivery directly to Canadians’ doorsteps through Uber Eats.
According to a company news release, “the new, added option for delivery of its signature items, such as its wings, fries, and Garlic Dill sauce,” makes the company even more readily available to meet the demand of its growing customer base.
“This partnership brings together two established brands and expands our reach into the homes of millions of Canadians. It also simultaneously positions our dedicated team of franchisees for success at the same time, so it’s a win for everyone,” says Royal Nasager, vice president of marketing, St. Louis Bar & Grill. “There’s a growing love for our menu items and this partnership boosts our ability to meet our loyal guests and new fans where they are, by making us even more accessible.”
St. Louis’ availability for delivery through Uber Eats is an extension of the restaurant chain’s strategic plan to build a “lifestyle brand” across multiple channels at retail, in restaurants, and online. The partnership comes after extensive negotiations to ensure it enhanced customer convenience, while also honouring the best interests of St. Louis’ franchisees.
“We are excited to have St. Louis Bar & Grill on Uber Eats,” says Lola Kassim, general manager of Uber Eats Canada. “The 100% Canadian-owned and operated restaurant will be on our platform in more than 70 locations across the country. We give restaurants the flexibility, visibility, and customer insights they need to connect with more customers and are proud to support restaurants in their growth and maximize their revenue.”
In the last several years, the company has significantly grown its take-out and delivery business while simultaneously increasing its national footprint with new locations across the country in Ontario and western Canada, with more planned throughout 2023.
“We’re really optimistic about the following we continue to build from a solid foundation of 30 years of success with great partners like Uber Eats,” adds Nasager.