Local supermarkets offering delivery
Local grocery chains been providing free or inexpensive grocery delivery service within their neighborhoods for decades, usually with hand carts pushed from the store to your apartment.
Many still do, and some now even deliver beer with the rest of your order.
With locations in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Jersey City, the supermarket chain has launched a delivery program to provide same day delivery for orders placed by 2pm on that day by email.
There is a $5 fee per order, and delivery is free for orders $100 and over. The shopper will call you with any questions.
There are 11 stores in Manhattan, all south of 90th Street.
- Check the website for locations and contact numbers for all stores, along with the cell phones of store managers just in case something goes awry.
NYC stores are delivering via Instacart.
There are 140 independently owned C Town stores in the NYC Metropolitan area. According to Eater NY, the one in Park Slope delivers beer in addition to food and other staples.
This popular Upper West Side min-chain offers same day delivery for online orders.
Or, you can choose online ordering and free pick-up at the store of your choice.
The online ordering site is brilliantly simple – every item available at the store of your choice is listed with its image, size and price, so you can comparison shop brands.
- 2840 Broadway – corner of 110th St.
- 84 Third Avenue – corner of 12th St.
- 77 Seventh Avenue – Chelsea, between 14th & 15th St.
- 2589 Broadway – between 97th & 98th St.
- 180 Third Avenue – between 16th & 17th St.
- 1407 Lexington Avenue – corner of 92nd St.
- 170 West 23rd Street – between 6th & 7h Ave
The Lower East Side market is now delivering via Mercato to a limited area.
Participating Essex Market vendors include Peasant Stock, Dominican Cravings, and Puebla Mexican Food for regular takeaway business at Essex Market. vendors are now offering delivery vd other services. Check out the info below for details!
The Brooklyn market is doing free delivery on orders that can be placed online; and Eater reports most orders arrive within two hours of ordering.
The orders show up on your doorstep. Some basic items like bananas and limes aren’t searchable on the website so you have to add those manually.
This long-time Hell’s Kitchen grocery offers organic produce and other natural foods and non-food items for delivery.
Orders are taken only by email. If delivery is in Hell’s Kitchen and adjacent areas, it will be done by the store; anywhere else in the city, the delivery will be UPS, so don’t order frozen food or anything requiring refrigeration.
With five stores in eastern Queens and two in Manhattan, it stocks a beguiling range of Asian groceries.
H Mart offers a delivery service too, the drawback being that it only delivers to zip codes in Manhattan and northern New Jersey.
Delays currently run nine to 11 business days, so ordering any fresh food is out of the question.