Now Open for Carryout & Local Delivery
With the recent NYC mandates, we have decided to pause all sit down dining until we can safely serve our guests. We have moved our Carryout to the Market Line Mini Market where we’re offering our full line of Cans, Drafts, Reserve Bottles, Wine, Cocktails and Spirits for carryout. Live a bit further out and don’t wish to leave home? No problem, we can deliver to you via Mercato - simply click the link below for more.
Market Line Mini Market Hours
Wednesday - Saturday 12pm - 8pm | Sunday 12 - 6 pm
“We really wanted to dive in and explore the dynamic NYC craft brewing scene with The Grand Delancey, and to showcase the coolest local brewers alongside the most exciting US and international producers making beer today. Expect a wide array of brewing styles and flavors, with a mix of classic and modern offerings: traditional Czech lagers, British real ales and Franconian Kellerbiers served side-by-side with American IPAs, fruited sours and dessert stouts.”
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Greg Engert, Beer Director
Hours Of Operation
Carryout Is Available At The Market Line Mini Market at 115 Delancey St.
Wednesday - Saturday 12 to 8 pm
Sunday 12 to 6 pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Grand Delancey Hours Are As Follows
The Grand Delancey will introduce new beers and new producers daily and new events will be added regularly. The best way to stay abreast is through our mailing list. We invite you to come along and join us for the ride.
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The Neighborhood Restaurant Group
The Neighborhood Restaurant Group is a collaborative of 20 independent brands and businesses dedicated to enhancing the communities in which we live and work. We’ve dedicated much of the last 20 years in this business to crafting truly original beer programs with some familiar calling cards - temperature controlled draft lines, specialized glassware, and a trademark flavor-profile menu. Plus, we do a lot of events. Hopefully, you’ve had a chance to visit us at some of our other neighborhood haunts, but if not, feel free to take a stroll through these sites: