Big River Market Announces Online Ordering, Expanded Services

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December 07, 2022

Big River Market, a compact urban grocery serving the South Main community, today announced it will begin accepting online orders via the Clover platform. Customers can place an order online or schedule ahead of time, and the market will have the order ready for pick-up at the counter.

Big River Market is located on the corner of G.E. Patterson and Tennessee St. in downtown Memphis’ South Main Arts District. It focuses on providing customers with fresh, locally sourced items along with basic pantry and household necessities. The market also caters to a variety of dietary needs, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.

“Convenience has always been at the heart of Big River Market. Since our inception and opening, it’s been our goal to serve South Main and Downtown residents seeking high-quality, local, convenient options,” said owner and operator Nick Barbian. “Online ordering and in-store pick up allows our neighbors and customers to experience just that, while ultimately saving them time.”

Coffee, grab and go items, cold drinks, fresh fruit, frozen meals, and bakery items will be available for order ahead, in-store pick up. To place an online order, visit the link directly here or select Order Now on the Big River Market website: This option is available daily from open to one hour before store closing.

“South Main continues to be an attractive place to live and work, creating a need for more food options,” said Barbian. “We know what our neighbors need, because we are neighbors ourselves.”


About Big River Market

Big River Market is an urban grocery located in downtown Memphis’ South Main Arts District. Stocked full of high-quality, local offerings, the market sources fresh products for both unique and essential needs. Since its opening in July 2022, Big River Market has alleviated the food desert that South Main residents once faced. Big River Market is conveniently located on the corner of G.E. Patterson and Tennessee St. on the ground floor of the Emerge Building. To learn more, visit

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Beth Wilson, Public Relations