First it was the market, then the food court – later becoming a food hall, now, the one-stop shop for multiple eateries has reached the next natural step in its evolution in the form of Kitchen United MIX, the self-described nation’s “first ‘multi-restaurant ordering’ to-go experience”.
With everything that’s happened in the past two years pandemic-wise, as well as the rising popularity of apps such as Postmates and Uber Eats, there’s no doubt that ordering delivery is more popular than ever before. Even though things are gradually returning to normal, with people flocking back to bars and restaurants, the size and spread of the city can, for some, make the tradition daunting. On top of that, the residents in your house might have different ideas on where to go.
Enter Kitchen United MIX at Kroger:
“Kitchen United MIX’s mission is two-fold,” the company writes on its website. “Delivering delicious food options to hungry communities who crave variety; while also providing local restaurant businesses with streamlined operations support within clean, safe, state-of-the-art kitchen facilities.”
Here in this virtual kitchen AKA to-go food hall AKA ghost kitchen, patrons can shop for meals from 10 restaurants for pick-up or delivery. Located in Shepherd Kroger on 1035 N Shepherd Dr., present eateries include Fuddruckers, Dog Haus, Capriottie’s, Snowfox, The Rustic, Buca di Beppo, MrBeast Burger, Bad-Ass Breakfast Burritos, Wing Zone, The Impossible Shop, Joe Leo, Bad Mutha Clucka, Plant B, and Jailbird.
Culinary-wise, options at the Houston virtual kitchen range from sushi, to American, to Tex-Mex, Italian, and BBQ.
To make an order, patrons can visit the company’s website. Then, select pick-up or delivery, and then mix and match your meal to your liking.
Kitchen United Mix is now open inside Korger on Shepherd.