- DoorDash has partnered with Bay Area restaurant brand Burma Superstar to open a brick and mortar eatery focused on pickup and delivery orders.
- This partnership to build a physical store is a first for the food delivery platform.
- Food items on Burma Bites’ menu range between about $3 to $19 and will be served in travel and eco friendly containers.
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DoorDash has partnered with a Bay Area restaurant brand to open a brick and mortar store, Burma Bites.
Burma Bites’ parent brand, Burma Superstar, has been a DoorDash partner for over two years. Now, the restaurant brand and the food delivery app have teamed up to design a menu and kitchen optimized for delivery and pickup orders.
This partnership to build a physical store is a first for the food delivery platform.
According to a news release from DoorDash, the idea for Burma Bites first came out of increasing demand for Burma Superstar deliveries. With this new store, the brand will be able to deliver more food to Bay Area residents by creating a storefront that has equipment with “larger capacities” for takeout orders.
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“Empowering restaurants with the tools to connect with more customers and build new revenue streams is in our DNA, and we’re taking our mission one step further by creating a to-go restaurant concept from scratch for one restaurant brand,” DoorDash’s head of regional merchant partnerships Georgie Thomas said in a statement.