After over a month of “soft opening”, The Big Kitchen, by the people behind Tazza Kitchen, opened its garage doors for drive-in service. The concept is killer— pop on their website, order away from their local-centric, scratch-made menu and then scoot through their drive-around garage bay to pick up your meal(s). The idea is seamless dining from online to car pick-up to reheat. The spaghetti and meatballs are super solid and the crab cake. Don’t forget your adult libations — though due to Virginia ABC Laws (and good general safety), you do have to get out of the car for those.
Weeknight dinners just got a lot easier. For the days you just don’t have it in you to cook but you’re not feeling takeout, the Big Kitchen offers something in between. Owned by the team behind Tazza Kitchen, this new concept is all about convenient food that requires minimal preparation. The process is simple: Visit the Big Kitchen website, order from an extensive menu of entrees, sides, salads, soups, pizzas and party platters, set your pick-up time and retrieve your food accordingly. There’s even a drive-thru option, and delivery will be available soon.
The Big Kitchen opened its oversized bay doors last week offering Richmonders a brand new way to “do dinner.” Big Kitchen Hospitality, the team behind the popular Tazza Restaurants, has created a prepared meals concept allowing diners to enjoy handcrafted meals in the comfort of their own homes – and without having to get out of their cars.
Big Kitchen is looking to change the restaurant game by allowing people to order online and pick up restaurant-quality food through a drive-thru garage. “It’s mainly an online business, prepared foods to go,” said Co-owner Susan Davenport. The new restaurant aims to make your life easier in your own kitchen by offering prepared meals to-go.[…]
A renovated diesel engine repair shop is home to a new food concept in Scott’s Addition. The Big Kitchen opened its takeout and delivery-based business on Wednesday, with the vision of creating meals from scratch that people can enjoy at home.
The Big Kitchen, now open in Richmond, aims to make life easier for you in your kitchen by offering prepared meals to-go. Situated in an old Scott’s Addition garage, customers can pre-order meals and then drive into The Big Kitchen for a quick pick-up.
Update: The Big Kitchen, at 1600 Altamont Ave. in Scott’s Addition is now open. The takeout place features meals available for pick up when pre-ordered (check out the menu here), plus a small grab and go section of salads, sides, smoked meats, soups, sandwiches, and beer and wine. The Big Kitchen opened Jan. 16 and[…]
What do Will Longoria, best known for his kitchen skills at Rogue, Zach Leasure, former sous chef of Komi and Tail up Goat, and Danielle Goodreau, a onetime Sharper Palate catering team member who worked at the shuttered Rancho T under Tuffy Stone and Ed Vasaio, have in common? Other than an extensive collection of culinary achievements, the trio most recently have been heading menu development of The Big Kitchen, a new drive-in prepared meal service from the owners of Tazza Kitchen set to open in mid-January at 1600 Altamont Ave.
Join Susan and Robey Martin (from CBS6) for an inside look at The Big Kitchen on “LUNCH BREAK”.
We’ve all been there. After a long day, there’s no energy left to cook a wholesome meal but also no desire to venture out to eat. You want the perks of a restaurant experience — good food prepared by someone else — but in the comfort of your own home while wearing sweatpants. For those nights, there’s The Big Kitchen, at 1600 Altamont Ave. in Scott’s Addition.