Eats Delivered is a new digital food hall that is set to deliver a wild assortment of flavors to St. Petersburg. The concept, anchored at 5903 4th Street North, allows you to order a mix of different flavors, all in a single order.
“In less than an hour, you can have the tastes of Italy, Mexico and Venezuela delivered right to your door in a single bag,” write the owners on the Eats Delivered website.
Here are the spots listed as part of the Eats Delivered lineup:
Cheeky Lettuce – a spot for healthy salads and wraps.
Kung-Fu Burgers – a spot for kicka** burgers
Wicked Chicken – a spot serving up “chicken burgers.”
Coco’s Cantina – offering Mexican street tacos.
Latina Cantina – serving up an “exotic fiesta of flavors.”
A Mano Italiano – cozy modern Italian American eatery, part of a local family of restaurants, dishes up thin-crust pizza and Italian classics.
An opening timeline is still TBA, but you can follow Eats Delivered on its website for updates.
In less than an hour, you can have the tastes of Italy, Mexico and Cuba delivered right to your door, all in a single bag. How? By implementing a ghost kitchen business model and infrastructure, Eats Delivered houses multiple food brands and can serve many different types of cuisine, all from one facility. The hall has no dine-in area and operates solely by pickup and delivery orders.
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