Company behind MrBeast Burger to launch delivery-only TikTok restaurants
What you need to know
- TikTok is creating 300 delivery-only restaurants.
- It will be powered by the company that helped create MrBeast Burger.
- Menu items will include TikTok's viral baked feta pasta.
TikTok is going to open 300 delivery-only restaurants in the U.S. to try and capitalize on some of its viral food trends.
As reported by Bloomberg:
Virtual Dining concepts is the company that helped launch MrBeast Burger and says that 300 TikTok restaurants are planned at launch, with a further 700 expected by the end of 2022. Co-founder Robert Earl described the situation as a unique opportunity given TikTok's one billion monthly viewers saying "It's the first time there's a brand like this out there—an audience of hundreds of millions of people." From VDC's website:
As you might expect the TikTok restaurants will serve viral food items from the platform on its menu, including the world-famous viral baked feta pasta. Prices will be "comparable to other Virtual Dining Concept brands" according to the report. The menu will change quarterly with viral items being added and some constant offerings.
According to TikTok, profits from the restaurant will go to creators of the menu dishes and to support promising cooks on its platform.
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