A new option in some cities lets you order your food ahead of time, go to the restaurant, then sit down inside to eat. Adding Dine-In lets Uber Eats insert itself into more food transactions, expand to restaurants that care about presentation and don’t do delivery and avoid paying drivers while earning low-overhead revenue.

Uber’s Dine-In option is now available in some cities, including Austin, Dallas, Phoenix, and San Diego, where it could save diners time and fees while helping restaurants fill empty tables and waiters earn tips.