We’ve written previously about Instacart—the grocery delivery service that can get grub and booze to you on your couch in an hour.
But now we’re doing it again because, starting today, they’re making their first real expansion beyond the city limits and into the suburbs and adding ACME Markets to their roster of stores. Here’s what the company says:
New neighborhoods and towns that are part of the expansion include: Olney, Northeast Philadelphia, Fern Rock, Frankford, Juniata Park, Lawncrest, Bustleton, Fox Chase, Burholme, Oxford Circle, Somerton, Rhawnhurst, Tacony, Wissinoming, Oak Lane, East Oak Lane, Bridesburg, Mayfair, Stenton, Elkins Park, Flourtown, Fort Washington, Oreland, Glenside, Wyncote, Cheltenham, Dresher, Abington, Jenkintown, Willow Grove, Huntington Valley and Bensalem. For complete maps of Instacart’s delivery areas, visit instacart.com/locations.
In its new Northeast Zone consisting of Northeast Philadelphia and the Northeast suburbs, Instacart delivers from Whole Foods Market, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Fine Wine & Good Spirits and ACME Markets. In Philadelphia proper, Instacart delivers from all of those stores plus Super Fresh and Green Aisle Grocery.
And all of this starts this morning, so if you’re feeling a little bit lazy today and want someone to just bring a bunch of Doritos, frozen pizzas and wine to your house, now you know what to do.