Catapult Kitchen Incubator launches new pop-up dining experience

Max Gomez, founder of Mk Boba, serves craft boba teas from Catapult Kitchen Incubator’s new pop-up window
Max Gomez, founder of Mk Boba, serves craft boba teas from Catapult Kitchen Incubator’s new pop-up window | Photo via Facebook

In the age of COVID-19, businesses are getting craftier and changing direction to make sure customers are safe and satisfied – including the Catapult Kitchen Incubator

The innovative concept allows entrepreneurs access to a commercial kitchen + tools to help food-based start-ups take an idea from concept to reality. And now, kitchen members can sell their products directly to consumers out of Catapult thanks to a new pop-up window

Looking out onto Catapult’s outdoor patio, the window allows customers to grab a meal and eat social-distance-style in open-air seating.

Fruit-inspired mural on the patio at Catapult by local artist Maegan Carroll
Fruit-inspired mural on the patio at Catapult by local artist Maegan Carroll | Photo via Instagram

Here’s how it works: 

  1. Entrepreneurs schedule a time + date for their pop-up 
  2. Catapult members + the general public simply show up during scheduled dates to purchase crafted foods from the window

Recently, Japanese-style waffle brand Wafu and Taste of Home Grill, a contemporary concept that blends Southern and Jamaican cuisine, held pop-ups at the window and plan to host more events there in the future. 

Up next in the pop-up series: 

Keep an eye on Catapult’s events calendar + subscribe to their newsletter to stay up-to-date on who’s cooking in the kitchen.