How great would it be if each week you received a loaf of crunchy, hearty bread from your favorite bakery around the corner, along with a stock of fragrant coffee beans freshly roasted in town? Or maybe you just didn’t have time for frequent trips to the neighborhood pastry store for your favorite sweets and ordered some snacks online, only to be disappointed by their flavor and left to deal with packaging waste? What if all you crave-worthy local favorites just appeared at your door every week, like clockwork, and without the boxes, the plastic, or the guilt?

Bringing hyperlocal wishes to your doorstep, The Rounds helps you "think less, de-stress, and create less waste" one neighborhood at a time! The modern-day milkman (rolling on e-bikes now) brings the highest quality, sustainable staples and local favorites directly to your door.

We partner with manufacturers and local businesses to get wholesale prices, and pass all those savings to Members. Local businesses hand-deliver their goods in bulk-sized, reusable containers. We unload, clean and return to them for future refills. Any remaining recyclables are handled by local partners in crime, such as Rabbit Recycling.

In Washington, D.C., we bring you coffee, bread, bagels, granola, sweet tarts, jerky, and even aromatic candles:

Seylou Bakery
Sourdough and rustic breads made with 100% freshly-milled whole wheat flour, from D.C.’s first whole grain bakery and mill who also partners with local farmers. Baked in a wood-fired stone oven in the Shaw neighborhood

Bethesda Bagels
3 handcrafted, artisan bagels…a D.C. staple

Oh Mazing Granola
Cranberry orange, oatmeal raisin, and the original recipe as a crunchy treat

Ted’s Bulletin
Delicious blueberry cheesecake and s'mores tarts

Jerkface Jerky
Garlic chili jerky (original recipe that started it all) and maple jalapeno (classic combo of sweet and spicy) jerky

Wick & Paper
White sage and lavender candle, hand-poured in small batches in Arlington, VA. 100% soy wax with phthalate-free premium fragrance oil

In Philadelphia, PA, we bring you coffee, cookies, flour, muffins, jam, and jerky:

Bean2Bean Coffee Co.
Medium and dark roasts, available as whole bean or ground, in 5 oz. refillable jars


Lost Bread Co.
Pretzel shortbread cookies, a delicious blend of sweet and savory. Also two types of fresh-milled, organic flours

The original Philly muffin (square-ish English muffin made with freshly-milled cornmeal) in three flavors–original, cinnamon, and everything

Jeffy’s Jams
Blueberry jam in an 8 oz. refillable jar. All natural, only harnessing the sugars that fruits provide

Righteous Felon
The original recipe and familiar yet unique hickory flavor that started it all. Made with pasture-raised American Black Angus beef

In Miami, FL, we bring you coffee, brownies, brigadeiros, jam, local honey, granola, and local bread. Learn more about Imperial Moto Coffee.

Imperial Moto Coffee
Medium (Cafe Racer Blend) and dark roasts, available as whole bean or ground, in 5 oz. refillable jars. Small batch, hand crafted, and locally roasted in Miami. Organic - Kosher - Fair Trade

Bouza Brownies
Go classic with the OG or get an assortment of Oreo, raspberries, and OG. 

Oh My Gosh!!! Brigadeiro
Made by hand in a family-owned shop in Miami, this Brazilian treat is sure to quench any sweet cravings. Comes in traditional, milk chocolate, dulce de leche and coconut

Gables Delight Jam
2021 Good Food Award Winner. Ingredients: Guava Pure Cane Sugar, Lemon Juice. A natural pairing with morning toast, muffins or as a fun topping to your cheese plate. 

Beehaven Wildflower Raw Honey
100% Pure Florida honey. ​​This wildflower is a very mild, light-colored honey which is delicious, very smooth, and always enjoyable.

Nacooks Superfood Granola
produced locally in Miami from your local farmer’s market. This granola pairs perfectly with morning yogurt, as a cereal substitute or just alone as a mid-afternoon snack. 

Rustique French Baguette
French Baguette from La Provence Bakery. No preservatives, baked fresh everyday. Who wouldn’t want freshly baked bread delivered straight to their doors every week??

So, the next time you fill up your tote bag, what local goodies will you add?