Kitchen Hub has opened another location in Toronto and this time it’s inside a grocery store in Liberty Village. This is the ghost kitchen concept’s fourth opening in the city.
As part of a partnership with the Toronto-based grocery chain Longo’s, Kitchen Hub is bringing its food offerings to Liberty Village starting Tuesday.
It will be bringing four new kitchens at Longo’s Liberty Village such as PAI, Mandy’s Gourmet Salads, Cabano’s Comfort Food, and Tecolote. On top of that, Longo’s ready-to-eat items like pizza, bento sushi boxes, salads, roasted chickens, and all-day breakfast will also be available.
Grab some offerings from The Cheesecake Factory Bakery, and Elle Dee Bakery, too.
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“We are always looking for new ways to exceed the demands of the quickly evolving takeout channel,” says Adam Armeland, Kitchen Hub Co-Founder and CEO.
“We identified an incredible opportunity to not only expand our business model by adding a completely new style of virtual food hall, but also benefit our grocery partner by driving foot traffic in-store and our customers by providing streamlined access to unbelievable takeout in a way that’s never been done before. We are thrilled to partner with Longo’s, another Toronto-founded brand, for this exciting new expansion.”
All of the items can be ordered through on-site kiosks, KitchenHub.com, or third-party delivery apps like Uber Eats.
According to Kitchen Hub, to celebrate the new Liberty Village location, customers can get free delivery and $10 off their first online order with a minimum spend of $40 using the promo code: LIBERTY10 on the online site. This is available through to October 14.
Kitchen Hub has several other locations in Toronto including 935 The Queensway, 234 Parliament Street, and 1121 Castlefield Avenue in addition to the Liberty Village location.