Deli Store Owner
Peter Parker's Service
- "What's up, Mr. Delmar?"
"Hey! Mr. Parker. Number 5, right?"
"Yeah. And, um, uh, pickles and can you smush it down real flat? Thanks."
"You got it, boss."
- ―Peter Parker and Delmar
Delmar ran and operated a deli in Queens, with his sandwiches being touted as the best the borough had to offer. Peter Parker was one of his regular customers, who visited after school to buy food. Parker's frequent visits caused him and Delmar to form a friendship, as well as familiarize Delmar with Parker's aunt May, whom he held an interest in. Delmar also came to know Aaron Davis as well due to his frequent visits to his Deli.
One night, Delmar witnessed Spider-Man fighting a group of criminals wearing cardboard masks of the Avengers' faces, which he mistook as Spider-Man fighting the actual team. During the fight, his shop was destroyed by the robbers' weapons, though Spider-Man to save Delmar and his cat, Murph, from the flaming wreckage.
Delmar is also quite respectful towards Parker's alter-ego, Spider-Man, as he was grateful to the hero for saving his life.
- Bilingualism: Delmar can fluently speak English and Spanish.
- Delmar's Deli-Grocery: To be added
- Murph - Pet
- Peter Parker - Friend and Customer
- May Parker
- Spider-Man - Savior
- Aaron Davis - Customer
- Barack Obama
Behind the Scenes
- Footage featuring Peter Parker at Delmar's Deli-Grocery were included in the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, but was not present in the final film.