The Meatball Shop Unveils Delivery Service Today Via Caviar

Posted on: February 19th, 2015 at 9:00 am by

meatball-shop-dusk

Lots of big news coming from the Meatball Shop in these first couple months of 2015. After all, it is their fifth anniversary year…

Earlier this morning, team Meatball Shop announced new delivery options for its customers. That’s right. For the first time in its five-year stint, you can enjoy the popular meatballs without having to step foot inside one of the six locations citywide. Or even wade through the doldrums of Hell Square. Most areas of Brooklyn and Manhattan are covered within the delivery zone.

This nascent delivery option is powered by Caviar, a San Francisco-based company that allows people to order directly from local independent restaurants. The technology enables users to place orders ahead of time. The below screenshot provides an idea of the service:

meatball-shop-caviar

“Now you can enjoy our balls in the privacy of your own home,” said Executive Chef and co-owner Daniel Holzman noted in a press statement.

Meanwhile, co-owner Michael Chernow has another venture on his proverbial plate. He’s currently preparing to unleash SEAMORE’s on Little Italy, as first reported here last week.

Recent Stories

As One Bowery Restaurant Supply Business Goes Bust, Another Takes Over

AAA Quality Restaurant Supply – a well-known equipment supplier at 272 Bowery – went out of business at the end of last year. The three-and-a-half-year-old Sunrise Rainbow Kitchen Supply, located two doors away at 276 Bowery since 2013, recently signed the lease and has taken over (and dropped the Sunrise). This small section of the Bowery […]

Essex Street Market Welcomes Speciality ‘Olive and Spice House’ Vendor

Essex Olive & Spice House is the latest vendor to take up residence inside the Essex Street Market. As its name suggests, the new business peddles just that – olives, olive oil, and shelves of various spices. The business took the last sliver of empty space left behind by Jeffrey’s Meats all those years ago. […]

Drilling in Rear Yard of 151 Ludlow Street Worries Neighbors

One month after 151-153 Ludlow Street changed hands in a $15.5 million transaction, all signs are pointing to potential property redevelopment. Drilling in the rear yard was enough to raise the antennae of neighbors worried about the future here. Two contractors were spotted in the backyard of 151 Ludlow Street with a makeshift rig to, […]

TV Personality Eddie Huang Returns to LES with another ‘Baohaus’

Eddie Huang is headed back downtown, reviving his Baohaus concept in Chinatown. The entrepreneur, also a TV personality behind Fresh off the Boat (ABC) and Huang’s World (Vice) announced the news via Instagram earlier this week. Huang chose 48 Bowery for the comeback, located inside the Chinatown Arcade. This second iteration of the Taiwanese restaurant seeks a […]

The ‘Supermoon Bakehouse’ Rises at the Old Schapiro’s Bar on Rivington Street

Sugar Sweet Sunshine will soon have some company on the block. Indeed, a new bakery is currently readying 120 Rivington Street, the one-story building previously occupied by Schapiro’s. Workers onsite reveal the identity of the newcomer as something called the Supermoon Bakehouse. However, there isn’t much else known about the place just yet. All we […]