The Meatball Shop Unveils Delivery Service Today Via Caviar

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

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“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.

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