A Ghost Kitchen Pitched for Georgetown

  • April 13th 2022

by UrbanTurf Staff

1719-1721 Wisconsin Avenue NW

A commissary kitchen has been proposed for the northern edge of Georgetown. 

Plans were recently filed with DC to renovate and convert 1719-1721 Wisconsin Avenue NW (map) for use as a commissary or ghost kitchen. The building was previously home to the Mediterranean restaurant Noosh. 

"The proposed commissary kitchen will provide food preparation and cooking facilities, and related support, to license to entrepreneurs and chefs," the filing said. "These chefs/restaurateurs will be provided a platform for their businesses to prepare meals without the large expense and risk of opening a traditional standalone restaurant."

The kitchen will have space for 16 chefs and there will be a small front lobby space with touch-screens for orders and limited seating. The chefs will sell meals directly to customers via online ordering and third-party delivery services. The applicant, which operates similar concepts in New York, anticipates that most of the customers will be within a two-mile radius, and most orders will be delivered by third parties. 

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-ghost-kitchen-pitched-for-georgetown/19516.

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