A West Conshohocken restaurant has gone virtual. The Conshy Girls Restaurant Group, owner of Stella Blu and three other restaurants, is now offering Virtual Stella Blu, an online only restaurant. The brick and mortar Stella Blu closed its doors recently after the sale of the building that has been its home for almost two decades. Now, through the virtual restaurant, Stella Blu fans will be able to order many of their favorite dishes and have them delivered right to their door.
The process is seamless, using a computer or smart phone go to stellablurestaurant.com. and click on Online Ordering. Diners will be able to note any special requests or modifications to their selections. Just add your choices to the cart and select the pickup or delivery option. There is a required minimum order of $15.00 and the delivery fee is $4.99.
Those who aren’t digitally inclined can call (610) 825-7060 to place an order. Pick ups will be available at Gypsy Saloon (128 Ford Street in West Conshohocken). There is no minimum or delivery charge for pick up orders.
Partner Michael Golden explains, “The building we leased for 18 years was sold. But, we were not content to let the story end. Over those years, we have developed relationships with thousands of customers. Many of whom have celebrated the milestones of their lives with us at Stella Blu. As word got around that we were closing, many customers said how much they would miss it.”
Increasingly, consumers are turning to delivery for their meals over dining out. This has been a growing trend for the past few years, and is rapidly becoming the future of restaurants. Today’s restaurant customers like to eat from their favorite restaurants at home while binging on their favorite TV shows.
“We saw a great opportunity to keep Stella Blu alive, to fully utilize the kitchens at our other restaurants and tap into this huge demand,” Golden continued.
Delivery will be offered seven days a week from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The delivery radius will extend from West Conshohocken to Conshohocken, parts of Gulph Mills, Bryn Mawr, Lafayette Hill and Plymouth Meeting.
Acknowledgement – Golden is an investor in Burb Media, LLC, the parent company of MoreThanTheCurve.com.