Local Kitchens Looks at Hamilton Plaza for Campbell Outpost

The micro food hall is plotting a rapid expansion throughout the Bay Area.
Local Kitchens Looks at Hamilton Plaza for Campbell Outpost
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Micro food hall concept Local Kitchens recently announced two new merchants at their Cupertino location. Meanwhile, they’ve also been busy plotting several new locations throughout the Bay Area.

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Their website notes Roseville, Davis, and Los Gatos as the next lucky cities to get The Bay’s best restaurants under one roof, but What Now San Francisco recently got wind of an upcoming Campbell location. Real estate intel reveals that Local Kitchens has their sights set on Hamilton Plaza, securing space around 2,000 square-feet at 1640 S. Bascom Ave. They are expected to move in next month in preparation for an opening this spring. 

Local Kitchens brings customers the Bay Area’s top dining destinations with a tech-forward experience that streamlines the ordering process. Through their app or the kiosks in their stores, customers can order from multiple restaurants on one tab.

The food is prepared on-site and is ready in around 15 minutes for pick-up. They also offer delivery through a partnership with DoorDash. Restaurants such as The Melt, Rooster & Rice, Curry Up Now, Señor Sisig, and others are some of the merchants found at select Local Kitchens locations.  

Representatives for Local Kitchens could not be reached for comment at the time of publication. Local Kitchens was represented by James Chung, Nicole Lyon, Marisa Delgado of The Econic Company, while the landlord was represented by Matt Sweeney, Sean O’Carroll, and Ron E. Cruz of Newmark. For more information, visit www.localkitchens.com.

Nadine Blanco

Nadine (she/her) writes for What Now San Francisco and What Now Phoenix with a background in online content creation, plus book and magazine publishing. In her free time, Nadine can be found at a bookstore, the beach, or a Padres game. Currently craving: a strong cup or coffee or a bowl of spicy ramen.
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