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What’s a ghost kitchen? The restaurants with no dining rooms are popping up in Connecticut

It’s not October, but ghosts are popping up across the state. And rather than spooks and screams, they’re bringing food straight to your door.

If you’ve been perusing your delivery apps and noticing places you’ve never heard of with no discernible restaurant dining room, chances are you’re ordering from a ghost kitchen.

These kitchens have become widespread across the country, with famous chefs even jumping in on the trend.

But where did ghost kitchens come from? Why are they around? And are they the new vehicle to Guy Fieri’s Flavortown?


Read on to find out.

What is a ghost kitchen?