In today’s busy world, many people find themselves overfed or undernourished. Galley is solving these problems by making eating well simple and convenient.
The D.C.-based food delivery service offers chef-prepared meals straight to your door and ready to serve. All meals are made from scratch every day using the fresh seasonal ingredients from local farms whenever possible — no canned products, pre-made sauces or mixes.
Galley’s menu changes daily with entrees such as Chesapeake crab cakes, salsa verde salmon and pesto goat cheese chicken, plus vegetarian meals like Swiss Chard and Corn Gratin and Roasted Cauliflower.
There are even kids items such as Chicken and Cheese Quesadillas and Pizza Pot Pie. Customer favorite meals are repeated every couple of weeks.
Unlike other meal delivery services, Galley doesn’t require a subscription and there are no minimums or weekly commitments for ordering. Customers can order up to two weeks in advance.
Exclusively available for PoPville readers… get $10 off your first order with code POPVILLE.
Photo by PoPville flickr user StreetsofWashington
I just had an exchange with the grocery delivery person that caught me off guard and was wanting to know if the PoPville universe had any similar stories to tell?
I’ve been using Peapod for about a month and tonight was our 3rd delivery. The previous 2 have been great; timely delivery and the last person in particular was really nice.
I’ve tipped the previous 2 deliveries on my credit card and that wasn’t a problem until tonight. When I told this delivery person that I’d put a tip on my card for him, he said “I don’t get all of that money. If you call and tell them you changed your mind and give me cash instead, they’ll give you your tip back.” (more…)
I had a taste for some dessert and remembered that there’s a new Insomnia Cookies on H St near my condo in Trinidad (half a mile away).
To my surprise (or dismay), Insomnia Cookies has specifically carved Trinidad OUT of its delivery zone. Maybe they think this is the Trinidad of 2006…even if it was, residents still deserve delivery options.
Does anyone know of any other H St food locations refusing to deliver to Trinidad??”
And today was a good day.
From a press release:
“Starting Wednesday, May 16, residents throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia can order Popeyes using UberEATS, an on-demand meal delivery service powered by the Uber platform.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with Popeyes to deliver their classic fried chicken and signature sides dishes in Washington, DC – with more cities rolling out soon. Uber Eats is available at 58 Popeyes restaurants in DC. For Popeye’s, Uber Eats effectively expands their capacity and reach to be able to serve a whole new network of potential customers.”
forever ahead of their time
From a press release:
“Amazon.com today announced that Prime members in the greater Washington, D.C. area can now enjoy delivery from 150 popular restaurants, including Maketto, Ben’s Next Door, Hill Country Barbecue Market, Kapnos, b DC Penn Quarter, and many more. Amazon Restaurants is expanding its delivery territory from Northern Virginia to customers in the Capitol Hill, Georgetown, Adams Morgan, H Street, Shaw, and Downtown neighborhoods, to name a few.
“The hustle and bustle in the nation’s capital can make it difficult to try all the amazing restaurants around town,” said Gus Lopez, general manager of Amazon Restaurants. “Now, Amazon Restaurants makes it easy to skip traffic and get delicious meals from top restaurants conveniently delivered to your office or home in an hour or less.”
Using the Amazon or Prime Now mobile apps or by visiting www.amazon.com/restaurants, Prime members in D.C. can order from participating restaurants, browse menus, track the status of their delivery, and watch as their delivery driver travels from the restaurant to the delivery address in real time.
Once an order is placed, the food will be delivered in one hour or less. Amazon Restaurants offers customers transparent pricing—there are no menu markups. If a customer finds a restaurant item on Amazon Restaurants that is priced higher than the regularly priced item on the restaurant’s current online menu within 24 hours of placing the order, Amazon will refund that customer the price of the item.
“Who doesn’t love being a Prime member and all the benefits that come with it?” said Jesse Hiney, general manager of Osteria Morini DC. “Now my customers will be able to get our delicious pasta delivered right to their doors. Sounds dangerous in a delicious way!”
New Participating Restaurants in Washington, D.C. include: (more…)
From a press release:
“Amazon announced today that its Prime Now delivery service is expanding to Washington, D.C., including Capitol Hill, Georgetown, and Friendship Heights. The ultra-fast service, offered exclusively as a benefit to Prime members, provides free two-hour delivery on tens of thousands of daily essentials from staples like paper towels, milk or ice cream, to electronics such as laptops and Kindle devices. (more…)
2477 18th Street, NW
“Songbyrd has teamed up with DeliverDC to provide weekday lunch delivery to Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, and Columbia Heights. Call (202) 450-2917 to reach the cafe or order online with Grubhub, Seamless or Eat24.”
Check out the new menu here: songbyrd-new-cafe-menu (PDF)
Photo by PoPville flickr user Lorie Shaull
I was recently talking with some friends in San Francisco about all these start ups that deliver food quickly and realized DC has a real shortage of food delivery options compared to other major cities. There are a few restaurants that deliver, and a few services that provide for multiple restaurants but the selections are limited and always changing.
Could you ask the community, what do they recommend for the best restaurant delivery? Are there particular restaurants or apps that they’ve found reliable for delivery inside DC?”