Chef Ryan Trotter and local business owner and radio personality Jason “Foz” Fosdick have partnered in a new meal delivery venture, Point Break.
Trotter, who has worked for over a decade at a local franchise restaurant, said he originally planned to open a brick-and-mortar location, but the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic caused him to rethink that business plan. The current model is designed to take the stress out of putting a healthy, flavorful meal on the table by offering free delivery and meal subscription options.
“I wanted to provide healthier takeout options,” Trotter said. “I couldn’t find grilled wings anywhere so I decided to create them myself and spent the last couple of years working on developing the sauces.”
Orders for family bundles that feed two to four or four to six can be placed online and currently include a choice of Point Break Original or Jamaican Jerk Grilled Chicken Wings, Sand Dollar Potatoes, Surfer Salad and Grilled Chicken Wrap, along with house made dipping sauces.
Each order can be customized to include wings or wraps only, and customers can set a delivery window for free delivery (within certain zip codes) on Wednesday or Thursday. Each boxed bundle also includes a surprise treat.
On Fridays, Point Break delivers to area businesses, with lunchtime meals for $9.99 per person, with a five person minimum.
Trotter and director of operations, Stacey Hays, prepare the meals at their Castle Street kitchen and plan to roll out additional menus, including breakfast options in the coming weeks.
“The point, as our name indicates, is to give people a break during these hectic times,” Trotter said.
Trotter said he and Fosdick are focused on creating a brand that embraces good health, good vibes and community by offering fresh food and convenience.
“Our priority is to grow the brand based upon the culture that we represent,” Trotter said.
To place an order or for more information on meal delivery and meal subscription services, see POINTBREAKNC.COM