Berg Hospitality’s New Galleria Ghost Kitchen Makes Ordering To-Go Easier than Ever

Berg Hospitality’s New Galleria Ghost Kitchen Makes Ordering To-Go Easier than Ever

Pizza from BB Italia, photo by Jennifer Duncan

THE GHOST-KITCHEN trend continues on into the new year, with Berg Hospitality announcing the opening of its new Galleria-area Fair Food Co., operated in conjunction with CloudKitchen.


The building at 5832 Fairdale Lane will be home to up to 40 different restaurant brands, and is currently offering food for pickup or delivery from three Berg Hospitality concepts. The menu of offerings is almost overwhelmingly long, ranging from Shepherd's Pie with Colorado lamb from B.B. Lemon to B.B. Italia's specialty pizzas and pastas; select cuts from the Butcher Shop at B&B, such as Japanese Wagyu ribeyes, a box of Chef Tommy's bacon — or even lobster tails! — are also available.

Orders placed via Berg Hospitality's website come with complimentary delivery within a five-mile radius; platforms like DoorDash, UberEats, Grubhub and Postmates offer delivery within three miles of Fair Food Co.

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