OOMI Digital Kitchen will officially open its doors at 3510 Ross Avenue in Dallas in early November. The culinary hub connects kraveable food to customers seeking the next level of convenience, unlike most cloud, virtual, and ghost kitchen concepts in the city. Whether you are craving breakfast for dinner or a taco and an eggroll, OOMI provides all your bites in one place – at your fingertips.
Co-founder Markus Pineyro describes OOMI as a “digital food hall,” boasting about the unparalleled customer experience when ordering take-out or delivery. “OOMI provides all your cravings in one simple click allowing you to order from multiple restaurants at the same time through our mobile app as well as the most popular food delivery services, like Uber Eats & DoorDash. Breakfast for dinner, a taco and a bowl of ramen, OOMI provides different items from different concepts that can be ordered all together under the same ticket,” said Pineyro.
OOMI uses rapidly emerging restaurant technology to amplify its business and to make delivery and pick-up more convenient for its customers, but it isn’t central to its operating philosophy. On top of utilizing third-party delivery services and in-store pick-up kiosks, the OOMI team has even leveraged smart pods inside high-density buildings for pick-up designed to keep food fresh and safe until go time.
“We are hyper-focused on providing quality, consistency, and value to customers from well-known brand partners they already love, along with OOMI Digital House Brands that showcase scratch-made, chef-created foods,” added Pineyro.
Through an array of product offerings and partnerships with well-known brands such as Which Wich, Urban Taco, Flyrite Chicken from Austin, Texas, Fuel America and Acai Revolution to collaborations with local brands like Momo Shack Dumplings and Tribal Juices, OOMI offers its customers crave-able options that provide culinary excitement, and the food quality customers expect from an on-premise experience. OOMI will also have chef collaborations with local chefs like Uno Immanivong and Aaron Nelson, who have created Hot Lips, Biscuit Royale, Just Yokling and Savage Rabbit.
OOMI Digital Kitchen, formerly known as KRAVE, changed its name to express its vision of bringing food-first cuisine via pick-up and delivery, focusing on the “OOH!” and the “YUMMY!” of their customer’s dining experience.
“We are excited to bring our operational expertise to the forefront of the next wave in operational models – and doing so with a food-first approach facilitated by technology and innovation,” added Pineyro.
OOMI Digital Kitchen will be open at 3510 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX 75204 Monday through Sunday from 8:00am – 8:00pm. To order online, or learn more about OOMI, visit www.oomikitchen.com.