MenuMavin serves up best food options

If you’re a real foodie, looking for the newest and boldest gourmet delicacies can often be difficult.

But what if you could connect to a resource that would help you find those gastronomical gems? Well a new website may have the answer to those foodie prayer.

Greenwich-based chef Jonathan Brennan has partnered with software and web developer Timothy Gurske to launch, a “virtual food court” that offers a delectable selection of the area’s most celebrated restaurants and eateries, all at the touch of a finger.

The core of is what Mr. Brennan calls the “communal shopping cart” which makes it possible for working professionals to custom-order their favorite foods from a wealth of restaurants using most internet-connected devices. offers guests up-to-the minute menus with full descriptions, safe and secure payment options, live chat and e-mail support.

Designed by a chef, for chefs, is also designed to streamline how restaurants operate, subsequently increasing business. Participating restaurants can post up-to-the-minute menus, feature daily specials, and designate hours of operation to attract untapped audiences.

Participating restaurants can also use MenuMavin’s messaging board that allows restaurants and kitchens to easily communicate to their customers online and in real-time. .

“We designed from the ground up to serve as a unique connection between restaurants and prospective customers,” Mr. Brennan said. “In more than 15 years, I’ve learned first-hand what professional kitchens need to operate at an aspiring level and exceed clients’ expectations. In both regards, we have created an experience that is inviting, easy-to-use, and incredibly efficient.”

To learn more visit or call 888-219-6590.

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