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DISRUPTION COMES TO DINNER
“One dinner party, half a billion dollars in venture capital and an audience of more than 100 million global consumers. Maria Bartiromo sits down with rising stars and technology industry veterans for an intimate meal to discuss the "Sharing Economy." ”
FEATURING:
Airbnb, Uber, Rent the Runway, Kitchit, GetAround, Chegg, and Andreesen Horowitz. Plus, an original menu prepared by Kitchit Master Chef Dan Kluger, of New York hot spot ABC Kitchen.
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CURRENT PRESS RELEASES
8/5/2013
Stanfordmagazine
AUGUST 2013
Your Dish Is Their Command: Two dotcoms bring the personal chef to your table
“Kitchit was my answer when a looming project deadline was at odds with a dear friend's birthday. I was able to work all day and then host—and by that I mean sit at the table with my guests—a wonderful dinner for six.”
Goop
JUNE 2013
Healthy Family Meals
“I recently discovered Kitchit, an awesome service that hooks you up with one of any number of their chefs who specialize in almost any kind of cuisine.—Gwyneth Paltrow”
Blackbook
MAY 2013
Bringing All the Restaurants Back Home
“Kitchit events aim to nearly recreate restaurant dining, but unlike at a restaurant, guests get lots of face time with the person preparing their food.”
Grubstreet
MARCH 2013
Kitchit Offers New Way To Do a Pop-Up At Your Place
“It sounds like more than just a party — it's a pop-up, that doesn't actually require you knowing how to cook anything.”
Wallstreetjournal
FEBRUARY 2013
Choose Your Own Food Adventure
“Recognizing that authenticity has replaced luxury as a culinary watchword, a new crop of companies has sprung up to indulge the craving for epicurean adventure.”
Zagat
DECEMBER 2012
Would You Kitchit? We Did in Chicago With Chefs From Governor in Brooklyn
“That is the raison d'être of Kitchit – empower chefs by providing a platform outside the world of restaurant menus and commercial kitchens, connecting them with diners who appreciate the experience of food.”
Newyorkmagazine
NOVEMBER 2012
How to Outsource Christmas
“Kitchit is a kind of culinary matchmaking service, connecting dinner-party hosts with local chefs to execute multicourse meals in your private kitchen.”
Sf-business-times
NOVEMBER 2012
Kitchit brings top chefs to your home table
“It's a win-win for hungry people wanting to impress their friends with a professionally cooked meal at home and chefs getting some extra work on the side.”
Food-and-wine
JUNE 2012
The Chef Who Came to Grill Dinner
“Through a startup called Kitchit, restaurant fanatics can now bring actual chefs into their home kitchens. No kidnapping required.”
Angeleno
JUNE 2012
Well Prepared
“In entrepreneurial lore, great ideas are often cooked up around the dining room table; rarely do they involve the dinner itself.”
Entrepreneur
MAY 2012
Reinventing the Fast-Casual Dining Scene with Technology
“Bespoke dining' for the 99 percent. Hire elite chefs to plan and cook multicourse menus for dinner parties, at a cost of $40 to $75 per guest.”
Nytimes
MAY 2012
Kitchit, for Chef-Made Meals at Home
“How about a dinner party for 8 or 10 at home, cooked by an accomplished (and maybe even famous) chef?”
Bonappetit
APRIL 2012
Chefs, To Go: How Kitchit Is Breaking Down the Restaurant Walls
“It isn't hard to imagine a future where chefs rise through the ranks of Kitchit ratings, rather than restaurant prep lines.”
La-times
MARCH 2012
Start-up Spotlight: With Kitchit, book a chef to cook at home
“You've heard of farm-to-table dining. Now a tech start-up is serving up chef-to-home dining.”
Businessweek
DECEMBER 2011
Kitchit: Take Home a Top Chef
“Some chefs are such big fans that they've requested business cards and chef coats with Kitchit logos.”
7x7
NOVEMBER 2011
Kitchit Brings the Joy Back into Your Holiday Dinner Party
“Tis the season of holiday dinner parties. Often among the most joyful events of the winter, they can also turn into occasions of great stress. So, imagine for a moment if you could have a top-tier chef move into your kitchen and handle the whole event for you.”
Usa-today
NOVEMBER 2011
Kitchit matches party planners and cooking whizzes
“The start-up has pioneered something called 'bespoke dining,' which puts consumers in touch with kitchen whizzes on everything from shopping to cooking to cleaning.”
All-things-digital
SEPTEMBER 2011
Want to Lunch Like Larry or Snack Like Sergey? Kitchit Launches the NetJets for Personal Chefs.
“Kitchit is opening up what was a previously gray market of transactions made by foodie insiders — or people who happened to have the connections necessary to find chefs who were looking to make extra money cooking outside the confines of their primary jobs at high-end restaurants.”
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