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Kitchen Hub, Canada's first virtual food hall, has a new location in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood.
The new outpost opened on March 23 and has since welcomed locals to enjoy food, desserts, and drinks from their favourite Toronto restaurants and brands like Chubby’s Jamaican Kitchen, The Cheesecake Factory, Ben & Jerry’s, Greenhouse Juice Co., Daan Go Maracons and more.
Kitchen Hub provides infrastructure and services optimized for takeout and delivery for restaurants and offers consumers a great variety of options from some of Toronto’s top restaurants.
This is the concept's second location in Toronto -- Kitchen Hub has been established since opening its first location at 935 The Queensway in Etobicoke at the beginning of 2020, just days before the first lockdown restrictions were announced in Ontario.
Ghost kitchens and virtual food halls like Kitchen Hub are gaining popularity during the pandemic because restaurants are looking for more cost-effective alternatives to offer their products, while consumers are looking for creative and convenient takeout options. With the pandemic continuing to rage on, innovative businesses like Kitchen Hub provides solutions for this new reality of the food industry.
“As the restaurant industry adapts to the pandemic, our second Kitchen Hub location and continued expansion will provide a much-needed opportunity for restaurants to continue operating affordably while meeting the increased demands and discerning palettes of customers,” said Oren Borovitch, COO and Co-Founder of Kitchen Hub, in a press release.
Kitchen Hub's newest facility is located on 234 Parliament Street, and is available for delivery and pickup through their website and popular delivery platforms.