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Black Duck Market & Deli

Free 16.9 oz Poland Springs or Hot Beverage with Purchase of Sandwich

Black Duck Market & Deli

The Black Duck Market & Deli is Newburyport’s downtown destination for quick and convenient groceries.  It is so nice to avoid a time consuming trip to the large supermarket when you just need a few basics.  In addition to all of the standard convenience store items, you will find a nice selection of fresh fruits, vegetables and deli products and they carry beer and wine too.

The Black Duck is also a great place for breakfast or lunch.  Enjoy a breakfast sandwich and a fresh brewed coffee or some fresh fruit as a healthy option.  Create your favorite coldcut sandwich made to order or try one of the delicious panini sandwiches.  There is plenty of seating inside the Tannery Marketplace and if the weather is nice you can enjoy your lunch outside.  Keep in mind that if you are in a rush you can quickly grab a healthy pre-made sandwich or salad.

 

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Black Duck Market & Deli

50 Water Street (Tannery)
Newburyport , MA 01950
(978) 462-0323

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