Three New Virtual Kitchens Deliver Wings, Burgers and Bowls to Plano

photo courtesy Craftsman Burgers
photo courtesy Craftsman Burgers

Add three newcomers to the growing list of delivery-only restaurants in DFW: Hashtag Wings, Craftsman Burgers and Craftsman Bowls. Obviously during the pandemic, people have been ordering food for delivery or to-go more than ever. The local restaurant industry has pivoted to accommodate for this change, and part of that has included a surge in virtual kitchens – eateries with no dine-in service. 

Consolidated Restaurant Operations, a corporation that operates restaurants across the world including Cantina Laredo, III Forks, El Chico and Good Eats, has introduced these three new virtual kitchens to the metroplex. Though Planoites cannot show up at the kitchens to dine, all three locations deliver to select zip codes in Plano.

photo courtesy Hashtag Wings

At Hashtag Wings, diners can order Buffalo, Garlic Herb Parmesan, Sweet Thai Chili or Chipotle Barbecue wings. They come in batches of five for $8 and a dozen for $18. Blue cheese and ranch dipping sauces can be purchased for an additional 60 cents. Their only side dish offered is hash browns, which diners can order for $3.

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photo courtesy Craftsman Burgers

Craftsman Burgers is another creation from Consolidated Restaurant Operations. They use Certified Angus Beef meat for all their hand-crafted, quarter-pound burgers. The burgers include the Craftsman, a burger with cheddar, lettuce, tomatoes, sliced red onions, and pickles for $12; the Smoked Gouda Bacon Melt for $12; the Truffled Mushroom Burger for $13; and the Veggie Burger for $10.

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photo courtesy Craftsman Bowls

Craftsman Bowls delivers seasonal farm-to-table bowls. Offerings include the Steakhouse Bowl for $14, the Vegetarian Poke Bowl for $9, and other make-your-own options.

Order via Grubhub, Door Dash, Favor, UberEats or the kitchens’ websites. The restaurants also offer catering services for larger orders.

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