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Put on the Pajama Pants and Fire Up the Netflix Because Eater’s First-Ever Delivery Week Starts Right Now

Welcome to a week-long celebration of getting food delivered to you

[Nachos, a great thing to get delivered to your door]
[Nachos, a great thing to get delivered to your door]
Daniel Krieger

New York is, unquestionably, one of the greatest cities for eating out in America, if not the world. You can have any number of experiences in the dining rooms of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island at all hours of the day or night. But as a New Yorker, you can also choose to avoid the sprawling metropolis outside your window and simply get the best that the city has to offer delivered straight to your door.

Now, more than ever, delivery is an essential part of the how the hospitality industry keeps growing in NYC.  And so, for the next five days, here on Eater, the editors of this publication will be shining a light on the city’s delivery culture, and the people who make it tick. Welcome to Delivery Week 2016.

Before we dive into how the local delivery scene operates, we’d love to hear from you, the readers of Eater, about the restaurants that excel at bringing food to your door. Please let us know your top choices for delivery dining — including specific dish details and any notes on timing/pricing — in the comments of this post, or feel free to email them to tips@eater.com. We’ll compile a list of the best reader recommended restaurants for delivery at the end of the week.

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