Food delivery startup Galley is sailing into Baltimore -


Food delivery startup Galley is sailing into Baltimore

Starting Tuesday, the Ivy City startup will be shipping food to a handful of Charm City neighborhoods.

Ivy City-based Galley is expanding to Baltimore.

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Starting Tuesday, Galley is expanding its delivery area to Charm City.
The company will kick off in the Baltimore neighborhoods of Canton, Fells Point, Harbor East, Downtown and Mount Vernon.
Galley will be keeping tabs on other areas of interest based on sign-up requests from people outside the delivery zone. Spokesperson Andy Myer told DC in an email:

As long as they leave their address/zip code, we will email them once we expand to their neighborhood.

The meals will be produced from Galley’s new kitchen in Ivy City, chilled and then delivered to Charm City. Galley currently serves a swath of D.C. neighborhoods from Bethesda to Capitol Hill.
The company was launched in January by LivingSocial alums Alan Clifford and Ian Costello.
Baltimore has its own food delivery success story, though Galley’s model is a bit different. OrderUp was recently acquired by Groupon for $69 million. Nice.

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