Make someone’s day with fun home delivery options

Make someone’s day with fun home delivery options

With most people finishing up their second month away from friends and family, sending a tasty treat or other gift in the mail can be an easy way to let people know you’re thinking about them. Here are a few of the local companies offering delivery options so you can make someone else’s day, or treat yourself.

• New Harvest Coffee Roasters in Pawtucket is offering next-day delivery to locations in Pawtucket, Providence, Cranston, Warwick, East Providence and Barrington and regular shipping all over the U.S. Brew your own cup of the Cycledrome Mild Blend, Café Marika Bold Blend or Monster Espresso at home and support a local business at the same time. The company has also partnered with White Electric Coffee and Frog and Toad to offer the Knock It Off Stay at Home Brew, with 20 percent of the proceeds supporting the Rhode Island Foundation and United Way of Rhode Island’s COVID-19 Response Fund. The special brew is available exclusively through White Electric Coffee in Providence.

• Diamond Hill Vineyards in Cumberland is open for pickup and is also offering free delivery to Cumberland residents when you purchase three or more bottles. Residents of Woonsocket, Lincoln, Pawtucket and North Attleboro, Mass., can also receive delivery for a $5 charge. Locally made wines include Cranberry Apple, Blueberry, Blackberry and River Valley White.

• Flower shops such as Mother Nature’s Florist in Smithfield, Valley and Vines Floral Design in Blackstone and Elaine’s Flowers in North Smithfield are still open and offer an easy way to brighten someone’s day. Call your local flower shop to learn more about no-contact delivery options and spring arrangements.

• The Burgundian, a coffee and waffles food truck based in Providence, is offering Waffle Quarantine Kits to take home. Order ahead for pickup on Thursdays and Saturdays at locations around Rhode Island and Attleboro, Mass. Kits include waffles, toppings and reheating instructions so you can make your own waffle masterpieces at home. The company is also offering e-gift cards to send to a friend. Many other local coffee shops, including Honey Dew, are offering donut-making kits.

• For seafood lovers, Walrus and Carpenter Oysters in Narragansett is shipping fresh, local shellfish directly from the docks to homes all over New England. Offerings include wild-caught clams, ocean-farmed oysters and a “bounty of the sea” package featuring clams, oysters and scallops. Orders ship on Wednesdays and must be placed by 7 a.m. Wednesday morning for delivery that week.