Olga’s Kitchen is going national. Thanks to a new partnership with online food marketplace Goldbelly, the Michigan-based eatery will now be delivering to all 50 states.
“For years we’ve heard from Olga’s fans far and wide that they wanted a way to access their favorite menu items wherever they live,” says Mark Schostak in a press release. Schostak is the executive chair of Team Schostak Family Restaurants, the Livonia-based restaurant group that owns and operates Olga’s. “Our partnership with Goldbelly allows those fans to have the Olga’s items they crave delivered to their doorstep while maintaining our standard of excellence.”
The Goldbelly website now features several classic Olga’s menu items. Shoppers can order Snackers and Cheese Dip, Spinach & Cheese Pie, a sandwich kit to make an Original Olga (aka, a beef and lamb gyro), Peasant Soup, and Dessert Snackers. For $99, customers can get a four-serving Taste of Olga’s Greek Dinner Kit that features several menu items. An eight-serving dinner kit is available for $149.
There is no cost for shipping, and Olga’s will send out orders on Tuesday and Thursday each week. Instructions for preparing and storing the food are available on the Goldbelly website.
Olga’s, which was founded in 1970 by Olga Loizon, operates 30 eateries. The restaurant is the latest Michigan business to join Gold Belly. The website also features items from American Coney Island, Grand Traverse Pie Co., Detroit Style Pizza Co., Shatila Bakery, and more.
According to Schostak, the partnership with Goldbelly will allow Team Schostak Family Restaurants to evaluate the national demand for Olga’s. “…We can explore potential expansion opportunities while preserving the food and experience that has made Olga’s Kitchen a beloved brand for generations,” he says in a press release.
For more information, visit goldbelly.com.