Owner of B&B Butchers, B.B. Lemon and More Opens Galleria-Area Ghost Kitchen

Chicken Parmigiana at B.B. Italia

Berg Hospitality has just announced that food from B.B. Italia Kitchen & Bar and B.B. Lemon, as well as select cuts of meat from The Butcher Shop at B&B, are now available for pickup and delivery from Galleria-area virtual food hall Fair Food Co. Located at 5832 Fairdale, the new ghost kitchen hub is operated by CloudKitchens, which also owns Blodgett Food Hall (from which at least one restaurant already quickly exited).

Steak Frites from B.B. Lemon. Courtesy Photo.

Residents within five miles of the food hall, which is near the intersection of Fountainview and Richmond, and who order directly from Berg Hospitality can get favorites such as B.B. Italia’s 20 Layer Lasagna and The Parma pizza and B.B. Lemon’s steak frites and lobster roll delivered to their front door. Those who want to cook at home can select from a host of cuts including a 40-ounce dry-aged porterhouse, Texas Wagyu burgers and Snake River Farms’ 14-ounce pork chops.

Orders can also be placed via third-party delivery services DoorDash, UberEats, Grubhub and Postmates. The delivery zone for these services is three miles or a 15 minute drive from the Fairdale location.

Rendering of the exterior of Fair Food Co., a ghost kitchen hub owned by CloudKitchens. Courtesy Photo.

The Fair Food Co. food hall is currently home to several other ghost kitchens, including IOEATS, a health-oriented Mexican concept, Marco’s Pizza, an Ohio-based franchise, and Birria Los Primos.

Since the pandemic will likely be with us until vaccines are fully rolled out over the next several months, it’s not surprising that Berg Hospitality would add additional revenue sources close to two of its flagship restaurants, The Annie Cafe & Bar and the luxurious Turner’s (named one of our favorite restaurants of 2020).


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