With ghost kitchens trending now due to the increase in maintaining brick-and-mortar restaurants, a new ghost kitchen pops up in Dallas according to a CultureMap Dallas article from September 21 which reports,
“A Dallas chef is doing her take on vegan food with a newly opened ghost kitchen: Called VSpot Grille, it’s basically burgers and fries, but done with a dose of culinary flair and polish.
VSpot is from chef Lori Moore, who has worked in the restaurant industry for more than a decade with chefs such as Kent Rathbun as well as operating her own catering company, called Plated Love Kitchen.”
Moore planned her menu to be filled with simple but creative dishes made up of her special and quality ingredients according to a Vegout Mag article from September 24 which observed,
“The menu is simple and is made up of a variety of burgers and chicken sandwiches. VSpot uses Impossible patties for all of their burgers, and customers can choose from a Shroomz burger (dripping with thyme aioli and smoked gouda on a pretzel bun), a Bakun cheeseburger (loaded with vegan bacon and cheese on a Hawaiian bun), or a patty melt (stuffed with caramelized onions and Thousand Island on sourdough).
Fried chicken sandwich offerings include the Jalapeno Popper (loaded with pepper jack, bakun, and jalapeno cream cheese), the Kale Caesar (served on a bed of housemade kale slaw and drizzled with caesar dressing), and the Cali Wranch (topped with smashed avocado, sprouts, and an avocado lime ranch). Fries are available to add on the side—and don’t forget a side of their house Wranch dressing!”
Moore and VSpot Grille are a testament that people will find ways to adjust and thrive especially during these times of pandemic. Her innovation and flexibility are truly inspiring! Currently, VSpot Grille is operating from Wednesday to Saturday (4PM-9PM) in Commerce Fork Food Company at 921 W. Commerce Street.