Florida restaurant won’t let you dine-in, here’s why

“When you order UberEats or DoorDash from other places it’s additional business they are getting outside of their main focus of inside dining and they …
Ryan Shepard

Friday

Nov 1, 2019 at 9:03 AM

Orlando based KitchenAF restaurant serves up delicious comfort food staples that patrons can enjoy via delivery or take-out

It seems that every day there is a new restaurant concept. From the first dine-in Taco Bell Cantina to chef-driven catering kitchens, staying innovative seems to be the name of the game.

Now, Orlando based KitchenAF is introducing a new take on what it means to be a restaurant with their pick-up or delivery-only “ghost kitchen” concept.

Unlike traditional restaurants, KitchenAF has no hostess stand, waiters or maitre d’ or even tables and chairs. Customers are only able to customize their orders and receive their food through delivery apps like DoorDash and UberEats.

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If you’re concerned that KitchenAF’s food will arrive to you cold, soggy and unappetizing, not to worry. The company has taken great pains to ensure that your food arrives hot and fresh. That means top-notch packaging and even creating a menu that only features meals that travel well.

“When you order UberEats or DoorDash from other places it’s additional business they are getting outside of their main focus of inside dining and they typically just take the same exact food you’d be served in the dining room, toss it in a styrofoam box and send it out” the company wrote in a Facebook post. “Maybe it travels well and maybe it doesn’t; often it’s a crap shoot on whether it’s any good or not.”

Still, finding KitchenAF is a bit tricky. They don’t have a website or an easily searchable name on UberEats or Doordash. Instead, customers are encouraged to search by menu offerings like “wingsAF” or “burgers AF.”

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Delivery is open Monday through Saturday 6:00PM to 2:30AM. You can find menus at UberEats and DoorDash or follow them on Facebook to stay up to date.

Read more here.

This story has been written and syndicated across GateHouse Media Group’s 22 Florida markets.

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