Nearly every business in the world has had to adapt to fit into the virtual world. But one of the industries that has undoubtedly changed the most is food and hospitality. Nearly anything and everything started to become possible, including virtual food halls like that of Kitchen Hub. And now, Canada’s first virtual food hall has opened another location, this time in Toronto’s Cabbage Town. It is situated at 234 Parliament Street and more locations are set to open later this year.
Chubby’s Jamaican Kitchen is the main feature of the food hall’s new branch. Customers have the chance to try a variety of items from traditional Caribbean cuisine. Other Kitchen Hub staples are present as well, including Greenhouse Juice Co., The Cheesecake Factory Bakery and more.
Even though patios are now open with safety protocols, it’s no secret that most of the restaurants’ business comes from dine-in services, which is still on hold. This means that the need for takeout continues to be the norm. And that’s where Kitchen Hub comes in to help. They offer restaurants the opportunity to serve markets that may be outside traditional delivery boundaries.
This concept also works out well for customers, as they can order from multiple brands at once. This helps to save on multiple delivery costs, especially in households where everyone wants something different.
As a leading force in the virtual food hall space in the country, Kitchen Hub has grown in popularity since opening their first location at The Queensway in Etobicoke in 2020. They curated an all-star lineup of brands last year, including Pai, Carbon Bar and Fresh Restaurants. Orders for Kitchen Hub can be placed for delivery and pickup online or on UberEats, SkiptheDishes and DoorDash.