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August 16, 2021
Goldbelly Is Offering 20% Off, And Here’s Exactly What You Should Order
Now your chance to try some of the best pizza, burritos, bing bread, and more.
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If there’s a restaurant, bakery, or ice cream shop you’ve been meaning to try, there’s a good chance you can find it on Goldbelly. With coast-to-coast delivery, Goldbelly is the easiest way to get hall-of-fame caliber food delivered to your home — and right now, you can get 20% off with the promo code GOLDBELLLYSUMMER. The promotion only lasts until 11:59 PM EST on Friday, August 20, so be sure to get your orders in now. To help you prioritize, we put a bunch of our top picks right here, which include some of the best dumplings, bagels, and Korean fried chicken from LA to NYC.

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A Top-Tier Burger

Gramercy Tavern is one of the best restaurants in NYC, and it’s also where you’ll find one of the city’s top burgers. If you want to recreate it at home, this kit comes with everything you need, including belly-cut bacon and four chuck/brisket patties as well as Shelburne cheddar and Gramercy Tavern’s own smoked onion aioli.

Get The Gramercy Tavern Burger, 4 Pack ($79, was $99) →

The Breakfast You Deserve

You may have heard that New York City has good bagels. Well, the rumors are true — and if you’d like evidence, we suggest you try Tompkins Square Bagels. Order online, and you can skip the inevitable wait time at this East Village institution.

Get Dozen Bagels From Tompkins Square Bagels ($39, was $49) →

Some Freezer Essentials

Nom Wah has been around since 1920, and it’s still a must-visit, in large part because of the dumplings. This variety pack comes with (frozen) pork soup dumplings as well as some chicken/cabbage dumplings, both of which are super easy to reheat at home. And if you want to mix things up, we suggest you add some shrimp siu mai to your order. You won’t regret it.

Get Nom Wah Dumpling Best Seller 39 Pack ($79, was $99) →

That Pizza You've Heard So Much About

If you want to get deep-dish in Chicago, the first place we’ll send you is Pequod’s. And that’s mostly because their pizza has thick, fluffy crust with caramelized edges and crispy cheese around the outside. This Chicago classic is something you need to experience, so you might as well get that out of the way with a two-pack of pepperoni pies.

Get Pan-Style Deep Dish Pepperoni Pizza - 2 Pack ($63, was $79) →

Bucket-List Bread

Parachute is another one of our go-to spots in Chicago, in large part because this Korean/American restaurant makes some highly noteworthy bing bread. Their version comes stuffed with cheddar, scallions, bacon, and potato (with sour cream butter on the side), and this kit also includes some house-made kimchi and Korean fried chicken to round things out.

Get Korean Best Sellers Dinner Kit for 4 ($95, was $119) →

Must-Try Ice Cream

Where can you get ice cream with bourbon and cornflakes? As far as we know, only Humphry Slocombe. This is one of our favorite ice cream shops in San Francisco, and that particular flavor of theirs is called Secret Breakfast. Get a pint, along with some Matchadoodle and Peanut Butter Fudge Ripple.

Get Humphry Slocombe Choose Your Own 4 Pints ($63, was $79) →

A Birria-Filled LA Staple

More and more places are serving birria tacos, and we have absolutely no issue with this. But what about a birria burrito? That’s what LA’s Burritos La Palma is for. The burritos here are modestly sized and perfectly minimalist, which allows this establishment’s chewy, handmade Zacatecas-style flour tortillas to shine.

Get Burritos La Palma Choose Your Own 8 Pack ($63 to $79, was $79-$99) →

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