Hello? Is it de-liv-er-eeeee you're looking for?
That's the question that Lionel Richie, patron saint of Hello Pizza, and fans of Ann Kim's pies have been asking since she opened her fast casual New York-style, by-the-slice concept in Edina last spring. Kim's dough slingers focused first on getting their high output operation running smoothly, serving up slices and subs to hungry diners before piling on more duties. That is, until now.
Hello has officially added delivery services to their list of important, community-serving functions. So are you within their highlighted area? Or will you have to set up a fake address to get a meatball ricotta or adobo chicken pie without ever getting out of your sweatpants?
[jump] For now, the delivery radius basically spans a north-south area from Armatage to West Calhoun and an east-west line running from Interlachen Country Club to just before the boundary of the Lynnhurst neighborhood. If you live in Linden Hills, you're golden, but if you're closer to Lake of the Isles or Uptown, you're out of luck -- at least for now.
Look over the full menu and give them a call. And if you fall within the delivery zone but have never eaten at Hello before, we loved the Hello Rita, the smoky greens salad, and the Korean Cowboy sub, in case you need suggestions about where to start.
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