Saturday November 28, 2020

Virtual restaurant firm offers small eateries a chance to grow

Irish start-up Hosted Kitchens plans to expand its unique offering to 20 locations nationwide

Killian Woods

Business reporter

22nd November, 2020
Sean Murray of Hosted Kitchens: ‘The way we present it is that they’re virtual restaurants.’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

Hosted Kitchens, a new “virtual restaurant” business, will open its first location in Dublin next year, and is planning to open 20 more sites nationwide.

The start-up, established by Sean Murray, aims to develop a network of kitchens in Ireland that help small- and medium-sized restaurants manage online orders and expand into new locations rapidly.

Murray previously co-founded Irish firm Vromo with Alan Hickey. The company raised millions of euro in funding and developed...

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