Helbiz Kitchen Inc., a micromobility.com Inc. (NASDAQ: MCOM) company, is pleased to announce the opening of its second ghost kitchen in New York City, located at 30 Vandam, New York, NY.
“We are very excited to announce the opening of our second location in New York City,” said Gian Luca Spriano, CEO of Helbiz Kitchen Inc. “Being able to cover a wide area of the city through two strategically located areas of operations will enable us to serve a vast audience from launch.”
The first three brands available at the New York City location include Burger & Sons, Pokaii, and What the Farm. Customers can conveniently place orders from these brands through the Kitchen United MIX App, on-site kiosks, and popular third-party apps such as UberEats (for now), DoorDash, and GrubHub.
Helbiz Kitchen is committed to further growth in North America and plans to expand its operations to other key markets across the country in the near future.
Uber Eats has previously stated that they intend to crack down on “ghost” restaurants through its virtual restaurant certification program and will simultaneously be cracking down on any virtual brands with ghost kitchens on its platform.