According to Euromonitor, the ghost kitchen sector could create a $1 trillion global opportunity by 2030. Hence, it might be a good time to jump into this new generation co-space workspace to generate more profits.
Venues that have empty spaces in their building can turn their vacant spaces into ghost kitchens. Since ghost kitchens don’t require seating, open kitchens can be used by different brands. For example, unused parking lots from warehouses or underused kitchens can be turned into delivery-only ghost kitchens. This way, it is possible to host brands that offer high-end meals or casual foods from the same kitchen.
Ghost kitchens are cost-effective solutions for restaurateurs. Ghost Kitchen lets brands manage their inventory, data, and sales and allows for co-shared suppliers. Brands also share other costs associated with the operation of a restaurant, such as rent, electricity, water, and cleaning services.
Digital-only items are designed for delivery and are not available in brick-and-mortar destinations for diners. By making dishes available only online, you can increase your online presence and delivery.
Before COVID, we had the menu card printed to deliver to guests. Today, thanks to FineDine, we give the guest a QR code when they arrive at the hotel. This code represents your room number, and all orders you place are charged to the room. We are so happy to use FineDine and recommend it to everyone.
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