Delivery.com Launches Park Delivery! First Up, Central Park
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On Wednesday, July 9, Delivery.com will launch their Central Park delivery service, which means you can get food and drinks brought to you as you spend the day “lazing, grazing, and guzzling in the park.”
Whether you’re on the Great Lawn, Sheep Meadow, or Strawberry Fields, Delivery.com will bring you breakfast, lunch, smoothies, beers, and snacks, all for an eight-dollar delivery minimum.
To celebrate the launch, Delivery.com has even created special Central Park picnic packages, including the Vitamin G(rease) package: one bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich, a large coffee, an orange Gatorade, and a pack of Advil; and the Summer Lovin’ package: a large fruit salad, a giant cookie, and two Ricky lemonades. There’s also the Made in the Shade package, and the Hot n’ Cold package.
Other important things you can get delivered to you in Central Park include a five-pound bag of ice, a whole pizza (with lots of different toppings), Louisiana chicken wings, and chicken pot pie.
Although the park delivery program is only available in Central Park for now, Delivery.com confirms that it plans to introduce the program to other parks in New York City and across the country.
For now, check out the Central Park delivery area that will be covered by Delivery.com, and plan your sunbathing accordingly.
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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.
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