The ghost kitchen trend looks like it's here to stay even after some of the pandemic regulations are lifted. Social media sharing and the desperate search for a variety of slop in Styrofoam containers has stumbled upon a new market that can function despite draconian 12th & Oak regulations that pretty much hate small biz.
Check new offerings to change up the daily overdose of carbs and saturated fat:
With dine-in eating and limited capacities affecting the food industry, restaurants have found other creative ways to get food into the mouths of Kansas Citians. One way is ghost kitchens, or delivery- and carryout-only food operations that typically work out of existing restaurant kitchens.