Expand Your Delivery Reach with Less Capital

☑️ Start cooking in weeks, not months
☑️ Minimize risk, maximize profit
☑️ Reach more online customers
☑️ Streamline orders on one single tablet

Trusted Delivery Partners


Benefits of expanding to a new neighborhood


Reach more customers online


Leverage more meal times


Less wasted ingredients


Launch multiple brands out of one kitchen

Kitchen Facility

Put your restaurant in growth mode

Supercharge your restaurant's growth 
and earning potential across the country. The sky's the limit.


Average basket size

$25 is the average basket size at our ghost kitchens in the US, which could mean more online revenue for your restaurant business.


Deliveries per week

2000 deliveries per week on average in the U.S. Tap into all that online delivery demand with a new ghost kitchen.


Average delivery time

35 minutes is the average delivery time from our facilities. Our ghost kitchens are built for efficiency, logistics, and the support you need to deliver more orders, faster.


Delivery platforms available

Now you can maximize your online reach with 6 delivery platforms to choose from.

/ Testimonials

The word 
on the street

“As we’ve continued to hone in on our formula for success, the ghost kitchen model has continued to be a part of our growth strategy because it allows us to go live in multiple markets quicker and at a lower price.” – Furlough Brothers, Michael Y & Sam K - Owners & chefs

Furlough Brothers, Michael Y & Sam K - Owners & chefs


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What is a ghost kitchen?

Ghost kitchens, also known as dark kitchens or virtual kitchens, are optimized for food delivery. They’re strategically located within delivery radii that serve high volumes of online customers in popular cities. With ghost kitchens, there are no physical dining spaces, so you only need a few back-of-house staff members to fulfill your online orders and grow your business.

How does a ghost kitchen work?

In a ghost kitchen, your restaurant is focused on delivery orders rather than dine-in. When a customer orders your food online, you'll prepare the order and hand it off to a dedicated runner—they'll make sure it gets to the right delivery driver. This gives restaurateurs a low-cost, high-efficiency model to get the most out of their ghost kitchen and delivery business.

Are ghost kitchens profitable?

Yes, ghost kitchens can be profitable. Ghost kitchens allow restaurateurs to increase profitability by maintaining the essential elements of a restaurant while cutting costs on labor, overhead, and wasted food while reaching a higher volume of customers ordering online. Plus, you can run multiple virtual brands out of a single ghost kitchen to increase revenue without the extra overhead.

Why are ghost kitchens so popular?

Ghost kitchens can boost profits by focusing on the essentials while reducing labor, overhead, and food waste. They reach more online customers from their high-demand delivery hot-spots and can accommodate many virtual brands to maximize the productivity of each ghost kitchen.

How does a ghost kitchen help your restaurant grow?

Ghost kitchens operate a business model that was specifically designed for the online food delivery business—to minimize costs while maximizing profit. The way we dine has changed and ghost kitchens allow restaurant operators to capture food delivery demand without sacrificing their bottom line. They’re also a great way to expand to new markets without spending time and money on a traditional restaurant buildout. You can easily expand your restaurant brand to different cities across the United States—from Los Angeles all the way to New York.

How much do ghost kitchens cost?

The cost of a ghost kitchen varies by market, space, and add-on services. Compared to a traditional restaurant, they’re a much lower cost alternative on both upfront capital and ongoing operating costs. You can get started in a ghost kitchen with as little as $30K, instead of $1M+ for brick and mortar buildout.