When Covid-19 hit last year, Goldbelly, the e-commerce platform founded by CEO Joe Ariel in 2013, became the travel hero of the pandemic. With over 800 carefully selected participating restaurants, the platform ushers in a new era of home dining, providing customers with well-packed dishes from their favorite restaurants and chefs across the United States— straight to their doorsteps. These can include a three-course shrimp and grits dinner from Commander’s Palace (now helmed by chef Meg Bickford) in New Orleans, a Shabbat meal kit from Michael Solomonov’s Zahav in Philadelphia, and Italian gelato from Nancy Silverton’s Los Angeles-based Nancy’s Fancy.
Goldbelly’s latest chef partnership is also their
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