Curbside Kitchen Lands Funding to Bring Food Truck Meals to Apartment Complexes
April 8, 2020 | DC Inno A Tysons-based company that built a business around bringing food trucks to office complexes and homes has raised a new round of funding to help it shift gears to deal with new social distancing recommendations.
"With the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, getting food while keeping at a safe distance has become more complicated. To adjust to the new recommendations, Curbside Kitchen has shifted its focus from office buildings to multi-family residential buildings".
Pictured below a joint residential event with Frontier Kitchen at 2350 Corporate Park Drive in Herndon.
Food Truck Drive-Thru Pick Up
Curbside Kitchen and Frontier are partnering to bring culinary happiness to Woodland Park Crossing in Herndon and the surrounding neighborhoods
We will be hosting a food truck DRIVE-THRU on Monday, 4/6 from 4-7pm at 2350 Corporate Park Dr. We are kicking off with two amazing trucks - The Fermented Pig and the Roaming Coyote! Come grab BBQ or tacos (or both!) and support these Virginia based business owners.
To adhere to social distancing legislation ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED ONLINE IN ADVANCE. Please indicate your pick-up time preference in your order notes (between 4-7pm). Ordering links will go live at 9pm the night before.
We hope for this to be the first of many!
Hungry for New Amenities - Bisnow
Tysons VA, November 20, 2019. In an increasingly competitive office market, landlords continue to search for new amenities that appeal to tenants. One of the latest trends popping up is providing services that bring new lunch options for workers."Any building I go to, when these food trucks arrive, they're like unicorns that drop out of nowhere, people run to see what's going to be out front," Katz said. "People don't want to be tethered to their chairs, they want to go outside, grab a bite and come back in. It's just a smart way to eat."
CIT's Virginia Founders Fund Invests in Curbside Kitchen to Connect Food Trucks with Building Owners
Herndon, VA – August 7, 2019– The Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) announced today that the Virginia Founders Fund (VFF) has invested in Tysons Corner, Va.-based Curbside Kitchen, developer of a technology platform that connects owners of Commercial Office and Multi-Family Residential buildings with Food Trucks. Curbside Kitchen plans to use this investment from the VFF to hire additional team members in multiple areas to scale business operations to new markets, and complete a full build-out of their technology to include a mobile app, dynamic scheduling and mobile ordering.