Kitchen United’s turnkey solution eliminates barriers to growth and enables restaurant brands to profitably expand.
In the next 4 years, Kitchen United will build 400 kitchen centers and install 5,000 virtual kitchens in high-demand locations across the nation, creating new avenues for growth.
Each kitchen center is placed in more densely populated locations in close proximity to large numbers of consumers who are familiar with off-premise dining and want more food choices.
Kitchen United has created a kitchen solution that provides restaurants a quick, inexpensive and turnkey way to enter the off-premise market and get close to their customers.
Kitchen United has set out to build 400 kitchen centers and install 5,000 kitchens across the nation, giving restaurants a better and more cost-efficient way to gain quick access to off-premise diners.
Future locations 2020 and beyond
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September 19, 2019
Scott Rechler has cooked up a deal with restaurant revolutionaries, Kitchen United. Months after partnering with Airbnb to create hotel space in some of his buildings, Rechler just announced a major investment in the “kitchen as a service” company that includes bringing it to New York City. […]
September 19, 2019
As fast food moves beyond restaurants, customers may soon find themselves ordering McDonald's from a restaurant on wheels — even if they don't realize it. […]
August 23, 2019
The explosion in restaurant delivery services has given birth to a new type of dining establishment – off -site commercial kitchens that can accommodate to-go orders without compromising operations in brick-and-mortar facilities. […]
August 19, 2019
When so-called “ghost kitchens” started appearing on the dining scene, they seemed like an enterprising solution to several nagging problems: the tight labor market, rising costs and the public’s growing appetite for delivered meals. […]
August 15, 2019
Ghost kitchens are starting to pop up around the country as new ways to get the same food from familiar restaurants. CEO Paul Damico has restaurants in six states. However, with his newest kitchen called Naf Naf, he’s trying something different. […]
August 14, 2019
Kitchen United, a delivery-only kitchen startup, has begun hosting two-day "boot camps" for potential job candidates to improve their culinary skills, Restaurant Business reports. […]