MEATliquor to open delivery kitchens nationwide
Burger brand MEATliquor is set to open delivery kitchens across the UK under a new partnership.
The restaurant group has teamed up with Sessions, the growth platform founded by former Deliveroo managing director Dan Warne, which runs food halls in London and Brighton and operates over 100 delivery kitchens across the country.
Sessions will launch MEATliquor for delivery in London locations later this month with the ambition to bring the brand to neighbourhoods across the UK by the end of the year.
MEATliquor was founded by Scott Collins in 2011 and currently operates ten sites across London, Brighton, and Leeds.
It is understood the partnership is seen as a way to expand the brand into new markets without the high cost of opening new sites.
Collins said: "We've been operating MEATliquor sites for over a decade now and in recent years, delivery has become a much bigger part of our operations. When Sessions suggested expanding our reach through delivery-only kitchens, it felt like the right time for this partnership."
The first delivery kitchen will open in Canary Wharf on 19 May ahead of a wider rollout this year.
Sessions offers restaurant operators rotating residencies at its food halls and plans to continue to grow its network of delivery kitchens.
Contract caterer Lexington partnered with Sessions to link its clients up with the platform's food brands last year.