Uber Eats just launched Moments, offering experiences like five-course meals and cooking classes for customers who want to try something new

Uber Eats has always been aimed at customers who want to stay at home. But the delivery service's newest feature, Uber Moments, is switching up that model, providing foodies with a chance to visit exclusive cooking classes and dining experiences through the app.

The first two Moments, available to customers in San Francisco only, are a five-course Nigerian meal and a Chinese dumpling-making class. These choices hint at the possibility of experiences that are both immersive and culturally informed, and at $55 and $75, respectively, they're likely affordable for the average Uber Eats customer.

Customers can book for themselves and add others to their party. And because it's an Uber experience, adding transportation is easy for people attending either a class or a meal. The introduction of Uber Moments echoes programs like Airbnb Experiences, which are expanding booking and sharing services to provide more community-led, experiential offers. Uber Moments' pilot program takes off in San Francisco until November 17.

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Uber Eats has always been aimed at customers who want to stay at home. But the delivery service's newest feature, Uber Moments, is switching up that model, providing foodies with a chance to visit exclusive cooking classes and dining experiences through the app.

The first two Moments, available to customers in San Francisco only, are a five-course Nigerian meal and a Chinese dumpling-making class. These choices hint at the possibility of experiences that are both immersive and culturally informed, and at $55 and $75, respectively, they're likely affordable for the average Uber Eats customer.