The doors to Stella Blu in West Conshohocken closed in January, but that by no means was the end of the eatery’s story. In fact, it was a virtual beginning.
The iconic eatery named after a fictional doyenne of incomparable taste and sophistication is now operating as Virtual Stella Blu. All that means is to recreate the Stella experience you supply the fine china and the chandeliers at home and Stella Blu will supply the food, writes Gary Puleo in The Times Herald.
Diners will be able to place orders for delivery daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., with the delivery radius extending from West Conshohocken to Conshohocken, parts of Gulph Mills, Bryn Mawr, Lafayette Hill and Plymouth Meeting.
With food delivery services springing up everywhere, like GrubHub, Caviar and uberEATS, it’s a very big trend,” said Michael Golden, who co-owns parent company The Conshy Girls Restaurant Group with Kim Strengari and Marianne Gere. “People want to eat food from fine restaurants but in their homes. I have told all my partners that I felt we were missing out on sales that were curbside delivery or being delivered.”
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