Breakbox brings together New York City's top private chefs to create delicious, nutritionally-balanced meals that are designed specifically for delivery - to your home, to your office, or to your AirBnB. Room service, even if you don't live in a hotel. What an idea!

We are currently a private, invite-only service. If you do not currently have access, please add your name to our newsletter list and we will let you know when our service becomes available. Current members of the Breakbox family can refer new members.


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Order breakfast and brunch using your smartphone. After a short wait, voila, enjoy!

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We use organic artisanal ingredients to prepare nutritious gastronomic fare.

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responsible business

For every meal you savor, one is delivered to someone in need via non-profit partners.

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With UBER, your wake-up package travels like a VIP.




Under Chef Karl Wilder's direction, the Breakbox kitchen uses only the world's best ingredients leveraging his deep relationships with New York's finest food purveyors, and with merchants from around the world - small farmers, cattle ranchers, fish mongers and cheese makers who put their hearts and souls into the artisanal products they bring to the Breakbox kitchen. Our menu and techniques are in constant evolutionary process, defined by the foundation created by these ethically-sourced ingredients.


CULINARY team - the all-stars!


Originally from the south, at age 11 Karl's family moved to Minnesota, a place where rosemary is "spicy." Karl learned to cook in self-defense. Among his past professional credits, Karl was the owner Executive Chef of The Country Club in New Orleans, and launched Empire Biscuit in New York City's East Village. He has also worked in Italy, The Dominican Republic and France. Karl is often referred to in the press as 'The Food Stamp Chef' due to his long commitment and activism on food insecurity issues. He writes an ongoing blog on the Huffington Post.


Corey Belle is originally from Philadelphia, where she trained as a chef and started her career in the city's most notable restaurants. She then traveled the world, working in South East Asia and Australia. Upon returning to the U.S., she starred in Fox's Hell's Kitchen, hosted by Gordon Ramsay, where she achieved 3rd place. Corey later chose to become a food stylist and private chef in New York City. Her clients include numerous advertising agencies, magazines, restaurants, and TV shows, including: Suave, Fitness Magazine, Piada, Pio Pio, and Robin Miller.