Frequently Asked Questions
Many balls have been thrown into our court here at The Meatball Shop. Please click on our most frequently asked questions listed below to see the answer. If you have a curveball for us that is not answered here, feel free to visit the Contact page to get in touch.
Can I make a reservation?
We currently accept reservations on our website!
My Favorite Meatball Recipe Is Not In The Meatball Shop Cookbook. What Gives?
We are sorry that your favorite recipe did not make the Cookbook cut. We are always coming up with new delicious balls so keep an eye out for a new cookbook!
We Want To Bring Our Own Bottle Of Wine To The Restaurant. How Can We Enjoy It With Our Meal?
We are happy to let guests bring their own bottle of wine in for a $15 corkage fee per bottle.
We Are Just Waiting On One Person To Get Here, They Are Almost Here. Why Won’t You Seat Us?
It is our policy across the board that we do not seat incomplete parties. We operate on a first-come, first-served basis and therefore it’s not fair to hold a table while other groups are complete and all ready to be seated.
We Love The Meatball Shop - Why Don’t You Open A Shop Where I Live?
We truly appreciate the love and support, and although The Meatball Shop is constantly growing, we are actively focusing on our existing locations.
We also ship our bucket of frozen meatballs and a jar of our Classic Tomato Sauce nationwide! Visit Goldbelly for more info: https://www.goldbelly.com/the-meatball-shop
We Would Love To Interview Michael & Daniel For Our Magazine/Newspaper/Tv Show/ Website/Blog. How Can We Get In Touch With Them?
You can email email@example.com for all publicity & media inquiries.
Is The Meatball Shop Accessible?
The Meatball Shop is committed to providing equal access and a great time to all of our guests! This means that we will provide accessible seating, restrooms, signage, access to products, and service assistance upon request.
At all of our shops, we provide accessible seating in the bar area, dining room, and outdoor patio areas.