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Mr. Delivery Expands Market Presence, Travels To America's Top Food Neighborhoods To Enhance Menu Offerings

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Mr. Delivery Expands With New Markets, Explores Food Markets To Meet The Wants and Needs of Customer Food Menu Offerings.

We found in America's major food markets that there are customers and restaurants wanting to be served with restaurant food delivery services.”
— Mr. Garcia
AUSTIN, TX, UNITED STATES, May 25, 2018 / -- Mr. Delivery Expands Business To New Locations In Washington and Georgia, Travels To America's Top Food Neighborhoods To Enhance Menu Offerings. Mr. Delivery Has Established New Market Offerings In Several New Locations Including Spokane, WA, and Savannah, GA. People in these locations will now receive the great service of Mr. Delivery.

We then explored the additional food markets across the nation as we hope to expand further. Also, we provide a news clip of the Bloomington, IL market visit.

1. Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA
Koreatown never sleeps. Just South of Hollywood and a stone's throw away from Downtown L.A, K-town is one of the most culturally eclectic neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The nightlife in Koreatown is something to behold, with scores of trendy bars and elite nightclubs and restaurants that serve some of the best authentic Korean specialties you can imagine 24/7, think Korean bbq, raw fish salads, soup and Banchan. However, with Koreatown's diverse population Korean food is not the only thing you can expect on the menu, the streets are laced with a tremendous selection of craft breweries and small eateries where you can find a wild variety of foods from across the globe made in K-town's own unique style. The cherry on top; A night out in K-town is not complete without visiting one of its Karaoke clubs where you and your squad can sing power ballads as badly as you want in your own private Karaoke room.

2. West Side Market, Cleveland, OH
At the Centre of Cleveland's culinary renaissance is Ohio City's West Side Market, one of the oldest and longest operating indoor/outdoor food markets in the country having celebrated its centennial in 2012. West Side Market is home to more than 100 vendors offering meats, seafood, fruits, vegetables, baked goods, dairy, flowers, ready-to-eat foods, spices and nuts inside a subway-tiled, barrel-vaulted Concourse. Outside, colorful produce lines a covered arcade, prepare to be blown away by high-quality goods from local farmers, bakers, and butchers. Take a short stroll through the market and you can get anything from fresh charcuterie, steak to pork belly and fried-egg pizza. The market is open 5 days a week with Saturday being the most popular, heralded as one of America's best food-lover's markets visiting the West Side Market is the perfect family day out, lots to eat and drink and loads of fun activities for the kids.

3. Sixth Street, Austin, TX
Sixth Street in Austin has three sections; West, East and what locals affectionately refer to as Dirty. Authentically rough around the edges East Sixth is a multifarious blend of restaurants, shops, dive-bars and cocktail bars and has a dining spot for every meal of the day from breakfast to nightcaps. Sixth Street is arguably the most iconic street in Austin and ultimately the center of what's made Austin the live music capital of the world. The Parish on Dirty Sixth is one of the best music venues in town hosting fresh up-and-coming local artists as well as some really big names in the music industry. A typical night out in Austin starts with happy hour at almost all of the restaurants and bars where you can enjoy half off cocktails and beers followed by some live entertainment which may include anything from a comedy show, sing-along or music concert. Feeling peckish? Mexican food's big on Sixth Street so is French, German and New American style cuisine.

4. The West Loop, Chicago, IL
The West Loop; Chicago's hottest dining neighborhood. Once a bustling Industria The West Loop has morphed into Chicago's culinary epicenter, rightfully so. If you're feeling swanky then The West Loop is the place to be. From sleek Japanese restaurants, over the top gourmet burger joints to an elite selection of critically acclaimed fine dining restaurants and wine bars. The past decade has been marked by the who's who of chefs opening up restaurants along Randolph Street's Restaurant Row and on streets a few blocks to the north and south. Bold flavors and innovative dishes with global influences are what you'll find in the Loop, that and craft cocktails and expensive real estate. Its magnetic Urban-industrial charm and luxury appeal has made The West Loop one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Chicago.

5. Flushing, New York, NY
Flushing and it's infamous Chinatown, home to the largest and best-fed Chinese community in New York. Here you can eat to your heart's content or until you're bursting at the seams for cheap, very cheap. With just a few dollars you can fill up on killer dumplings, noodles, and crispy cumin lamb all within a few blocks. But there's more to Flushing than Chinatown, while the neighborhood has plenty of restaurants worth the visit, it is home to an unparalleled food-court scene that makes it easy to eat a spread of foods from across the globe. Look past the low-maintenance hole-in-the-wall facade and you're bound to have a food-culture awakening that'll keep you coming back for more, again and again.

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