… famed dessert store Milk Bar, pastries from Kado Patisri, and a Birch coffee shop.
These restaurants are "all highly regarded" in the city but several of them couldn't service the Downtown Brooklyn area from their previous locations in Manhattan or North Brooklyn, according to Isenstadt.
By using Doordash Kitchens' new facility, these restaurants can now serve more customers and test local demand without opening a new storefront.
Of course, it wouldn't be a ghost kitchen without a robust delivery system.
Doordash delivery workers, known as "Dashers," pick up their orders from a window in a separate space next to the food hall.
Separating the window from the dine-in half of Doordash Kitchens expedites the order pickup process, Isenstadt said …
… which is crucial for a space that'll likely see more delivery than dine-in orders.
"The community plays an important role in the success of Doordash Kitchens and we've been thrilled to see customers stopping by to support the restaurant partners operating in this location," Isenstadt said.