Ready for flavor, Seattle?
Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is launching his famed Flavortown to the area in the form of a “ghost kitchen” on Wednesday, Feb. 17.
While the food is considered by many to be “scary” good, there’s nothing ghoulish about this kitchen.
The concept “ghost kitchen” refers to delivery-only restaurants with no physical customer-facing location. It's something that's grown in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ghost kitchens, also called Virtual Dining Concepts, have been embraced by other celebrities like Mariah Carey with her Mariah’s Cookies hip-hop star Tyga’s TYGA BITES.
The Flavortown menu includes the Bacon Mac N Cheese Burger, Bourbon Brown Sugar BBQ Wings and the Flavortown Fries, giving Seattle more tasty options for quarantine eats.
Fieri has made headlines elsewhere amid the pandemic, too. In 2020, a petition to rename the chef's hometown of Columbus, Ohio to "Flavortown" drew the support of thousands.
He also joined forces with Bill Murray in May to raise money for the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund, a charity launched as the pandemic forced restaurants nationwide to close their doors.
Seattleites craving some signature dishes from the Food Network star can either order online at the website or download Fieri’s app.