Curated Gift Boxes and Care Packages
Our curated gift boxes are a great way to send relatives, loved ones, and friends gifts for all occasions. Each of our themed gift boxes has all you need for the perfect gift whether it be our dinner meals, desserts, and salads or one of our popular non-food presents.
Galley is a meal prep company based in Washington DC that does all the work for you. Every meal is fully-cooked with fresh, local ingredients and delivered right to your home when you need it.
We care deeply about the process behind our food. Our produce and proteins are locally and responsibly sourced, of the highest quality, and organic whenever possible. Our menu selections are curated with care and prepared with your nutrition in mind, with few dishes exceeding 800 calories. We don’t mask our meals with excess sugar, salt, and butter, or a deep, oily fry—instead, we prepare everything in house from scratch or order directly from food artisans we trust.
Hear what our customers have to say
Meghan from DC
“Galley has prevented many a mid-afternoon “uh oh, what’s for dinner?” panic in our house! I’m currently on maternity leave, so it’s made the exhausting early days with a newborn a little easier. And, when I’m working, it makes the weeknight time between getting home and putting the kids to bed more enjoyable knowing that dinner is taken care of.”
Haely from DC
"My coworkers gave me a Galley gift card when my brother passed away and I was going through a rough time. It was so nice to have a meal ready to go, all I had to do was put it in the oven and I had a dinner that was much better than take-out. The meals were so good too! I had a poor appetite at the time, but I finished every bite of my Galley meal. It was one more thing I didn't have to worry about and that was really helpful in a tough time."
-Kate from VA
“Galley has been a lifesaver for my family. After having a baby and returning to work, there is so much to do around the house when I get home after a long day. Having a healthy dinner delivered to my door affords me the time I want to spend with my family versus cooking.”