6 Ghost Kitchens to Try This Summer

Leah LeMoineMay 26, 2021
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These restaurants-within-restaurants are tailor-made for takeout and delivery – only. And they’re popping up all around the Valley.

NOBANA
Healthy pan-Asian cuisine is the focus of Wildflower’s ghost concept, which operates out of its North Scottsdale location. Think noodle and broth bowls, wraps and salads. eatnobana.com

Ghost Street Asian Taqueria
Fusion cuisine reigns supreme at this “virtual restaurant” based out of Ling & Louie’s in Scottsdale. Look for taquito dumplings, Asian nachos and carne asada fried rice. ghoststreettacos.com

A Su Salud
Pita Jungle goes south of the border with this wood-fired Mexican grill within its Tempe location. Healthy burritos, tacos, bowls and salads populate the menu. asusaludaz.com

Central Kitchen
This “online food hall” offers four distinct concepts – Soy Joy, Southern Jewel, Killer Wings and Pizza & Spice – operating out of four Thirsty Lion locations. centralkitchenfoodonline.com

Wow Bao
Valley-based Fired Pie is augmenting its DIY pizza offerings with pot stickers, dumplings and bao from the Chicago-based Asian street food concept. wowbao.com

Flavortown Kitchen
Food Network personality Guy Fieri has opened five phantom Flavortown Kitchens within Buca di Beppo locations. guysflavortownkitchen.com

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