Zuul, a company that supports restaurants with operational and strategic services, has secured $9 million in funding to operate ghost kitchens throughout New York City. Zuul’s kitchens are optimized for delivery-only operations, enabling brands to expand without investing in real estate and front-of-house operating overhead.
“By raising this additional capital, Zuul can continue to play a central role in the restaurant industry’s accelerating shift toward delivery while addressing the challenges this shift presents,” said Corey Manicone, co-founder and CEO of Zuul, in a statement. “We partner with restaurants to improve the experience end-to-end. As Zuul expands, so too can our members dynamically scale and drive attractive incremental unit economics.”