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Just Mangia: Enjoy the Best Local Food in Your Neighborhood





When Owen from Just Mangia reached out to us about having our very own pot of Maroni's famous meatballs delivered to our door, we were beyond ecstatic! Just Mangia has partnered up with local restaurants on Long Island (currently Northport and expanding to markets near by) to deliver fresh and delicious food right to your front door. Some of the restaurants that work with the company do not offer their own delivery service and that's where Just Mangia steps in. Search the online menus of your favorite local eateries and order right from their website or app. Once your order has been picked up, your own personal courier will shoot you a text with a real time tracking link. You'll be able to see how far or close your food is to being delivered.




We were lucky enough to have Maroni's very own meatballs and sauce delivered right to our house on Sunday morning. The pot arrived right on time along with instructions on how to reheat the meatballs and sauce. We were so impressed by how convenient, reliable and seamless our delivery was. Right before Owen arrived, he alerted us that he would be at our front door in the next 15 minutes, and there he was! He even told us to make sure to have some pasta or spaghetti on hand since the pot offers loads of extra homemade sauce. We heated our meatballs and sauce on low heat for a few minutes while we got our pasta just about done. A total of 16 homemade (amazing) meatballs were stuffed into our very own Maroni's hot pot and the sauce, well the closest I've had to my mothers, and that says a lot coming from an Italian girl.



We will definitely be using the Just Mangia ordering system for future deliveries. Be sure to visit their Facebook page and download the app on your smartphone. And  drop them a message to get notified when your favorite restaurant has been added to the lineup.

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