The restaurant you just ordered delivery from may not actually exist — here’s why.

The internet was outraged after a diner discovered a pizza she thought she ordered from a local pizzeria had actually come from Chuck E. Cheese. But virtual, delivery-only restaurants are more common than many people may realize, and the pandemic may be the perfect business landscape for them to take hold. Virtual restaurants usually shared kitchens with full-service restaurants, or with other virtual restaurants in a WeWork-like shared kitchen. Their lower rent and staffing costs, as well as their emphasis on delivery, make them a competitive business model in a business landscape shaped by the pandemic. Visit Business

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