Cotton Patch Cafe, a Texas-inspired, homestyle restaurant serving Southern classics, today announced the opening of its first ghost kitchen, located in Garland’s Revolving Kitchen, a virtual food hall. This new location’s grand opening will be held today for delivery and pick up from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
“Cotton Patch Cafe is excited to offer our full menu of scratch-made, Southern favorites in Garland with the opening of our first remote ghost kitchen,” said Mazen Albatarseh, CEO of Cotton Patch Cafe. “We are planning to open several other locations in Texas this year and into 2022 and look forward to bringing our signature menu items to new communities through this growing concept.”
Cotton Patch Cafe’s remote kitchen in Garland will offer the Texas-inspired restaurant’s full menu, including classics such as Chicken Fried Steak, as well as premium salads and delicious aged steaks. Order from Cotton Patch Cafe’s new location for pick up or delivery by visiting cottonpatch.com or ordering through one of the restaurant’s delivery partners: DoorDash, Favor and UberEats.
“Remote kitchens have gained popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic as consumers needed alternative dining options. At Cotton Patch Cafe we see this concept as a sustained opportunity to reach new customers, test out new menu items, streamline operations and bring more flexibility to our guests and staff,” added Albatarseh.
“The future of food is exciting with Cotton Patch Cafe opening its first ghost kitchen home at Revolving Kitchen. We welcome them and look forward to helping them grow bigger and serve more of their delicious Texas-inspired food,” said Tyler Shin, founder of Revolving Kitchen.
With 49 restaurants across Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, Cotton Patch Cafe’s classic favorites are a staple for its neighboring communities. The new remote kitchen will be the brand’s first location in Garland.
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