Take Uber to these 7 restaurants, score super-secret menus this week only

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Seito Sushi Baldwin Park is one of just seven Uber Foodie restaurants. - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
  • Photo by Rob Bartlett
  • Seito Sushi Baldwin Park is one of just seven Uber Foodie restaurants.
If you feel like grabbing dinner out but don't have much scratch left after the weekend, Uber is here to help you eat well and leave some $$ in your bank acct, too.

This week, Dec. 7-11, Uber riders can show their ride receipt to their server at seven Orlando restaurants to get a special menu that features some of the spots' best grub at exclusive pricing. Then, "tweet a photo of your meal @Uber_Florida to show that you're an #UberFoodie"



Go to restaurant. Check.

Take pics of food. Check.



Post on social media. Double check.

It's like your life already, only better. 

Here are the participating restaurants. Usually, reservations would be recommended, but Uber is smart in featuring these places on weeknights, when traffic is relatively manageable at these haute spots. If you plan on heading out on Friday night, though, call ahead to nab a table.

— The Ravenous Pig
— Cask & Larder
— Seito Baldwin Park
— Seito Sand Lake
— Slate
— The Osprey Tavern
— Swine & Sons

Extra awesome bonus: Use promo code ‘UBERFOODIE’ to take your first ($20 and under) ride free through Dec. 31, 2015.

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