[b]Dallas, Texas[/b] -- Yumchefs pilot program will develop through the summer and eventually serve Uptown, Downtown, North Dallas, Addison, Richardson, Lakewood, and Plano.
Dallas is currently a hotspot for diners who and are willing to pay for quality dishes:
“Dallas diners eat out more often than residents of any other major city, chowing down with 70 percent more restaurant transactions than the average. Dallas residents also spend 12 percent more than average each time they open a menu’”, said Christina Hernandez Sherwood, freelance writer, for consumer ratings site Bundle.
With this consumer landscape in mind, Yumchefs seeks to cut a step out of dining and link Dallas chefs who want to share their delicious menus directly with households and cater to businesses for the price of traditional take-out.The site will include extensive profile pages of area chefs, featuring interviews, news clips and videos of chefs making dishes from their personal menu. As our network of chefs grows, YumChefs will include order options for discerning customers, such as gluten-free and vegan meals.
YumChefs hopes to enrich the Dallas food scene as a novel and convenient resource for customers.
For additional information on http://www.Yumchefs.com (or copies and demo material), contact Nehemiah Thompson or Shahryar Rizvi.
YumChefs is founded to network area chefs directly with consumer and provide gourmet meals for delivery and catering.