In Age of Anywhere Delivery, the Food Meets You for Lunch

from Now that the hungry can use cellphones and food-delivery apps to order anything their stomachs desire to the very spot where they stand, however, delivery is no longer confined to the apartment or the office — or even, for that matter, to a place with an address. “We go to the park all the time; we go to the beaches all the time,” said Robert Asmail, the manager at Due Fratelli Pizza in Park Slope, Brooklyn. “The police officers, they call on the corner, say, ‘We are outside patrolling.’ We go over there, we go anyplace! Doesn’t matter!” Mr. Asmail added that his deliverymen often make trips to the Red Hook piers to feed fishermen. “I don’t care,” he said. “They buy, we send it out.

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