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Jan. 20, 2017 9:29 am

Galley takes another step in its slow NoVA takeover

Add Tysons Corner and McLean to the areas where you can get Galley delivered.

Galley's coverage area is growing (again).

(Courtesy photo)

Ivy City-based meal delivery startup Galley has really mastered the art of the slow, thoughtful expansion. This week the company announced it is now serving in Tysons Corner and McLean — a further addition to its continuous march up into NoVA in the past year.

Galley’s first expansion into the NoVA ‘burbs was in the Rosslyn-Clarendon corridor in February 2016, followed by the addition of Ballston and Virginia Square in May.

2016 was a big year for the company in terms of added offerings and expansion — the company added wine delivery with dinner, kids’ lunches and more robust nutritional information.

If this most recent expansion is any indication, Galley is preparing for an active 2017 as well.

Galley's delivery area in Tysons and McLean. (Courtesy image)

Galley’s delivery area in Tysons and McLean. (Courtesy image)

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