Some of the first menu items include lunch options like a spicy shrimp stew, a roasted beet and avocado salad, and flank steak tacos, while dinner selections include, a rosemary lemon chicken, spaghetti and meatballs, and eggplant with sweet potato curry.
At launch, Maple's coverage is limited to the Financial District, anywhere south of Chambers Street, but Maple said it expects to expand across Manhattan and into other boroughs to meet demand in the future. Lunch items are priced at $12 and dinner options are $15 -- all with tax, tip, and delivery fee included. Meals can be ordered on the service's website, or from the Maple app.
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