Kitchen United’s turnkey solution eliminates barriers to growth and enables restaurant brands to profitably expand.
Kitchen United is building kitchen centers in high-demand locations across the nation, giving restaurants a better and more cost-efficient way to gain quick access to off-premise diners.where we are
December 9, 2019
When Kitchen United received $40 million in funding led by RXR Realty during the summer, it became clear the two-year-old shared kitchen startup is paving a path for rapid expansion. The company will partner with the real estate company to open kitchens in New York City and the tri-state area. […]
October 21, 2019
In this episode, you’ll learn more about how the way we shop, eat, and pay for food is changing – for good and for bad. […]
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. […]