New location marks fifth kitchen opening in 18 months by local tech and food startup
INDIANAPOLIS – Foodies, prepare yourselves. ClusterTruck is continuing its expansion across Indianapolis. The Indianapolis technology and food start-up that operates delivery-only restaurants, today announces its plans to open its fifth Indianapolis-area kitchen in Castleton (4737 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis). The new location continues to bridge the gap between delivery zones in an effort to serve more hungry customers in ClusterTruck’s hometown. It is the eighth delivery-only kitchen under the ClusterTruck brand and also the fifth kitchen opening in just 18 months, with its most recent Indianapolis expansions last fall in Broad Ripple and Fishers.
The Castleton kitchen is set to start serving their mouth-watering menu items to the North Side delivery zone on June 2.
Businesses and residents in the Castleton area now have the opportunity to support one of Indy’s most innovative and well-loved local restaurants. ClusterTruck offers everything from a breakfast burrito to pad thai and loaded tots to tacos and burgers, and everything in between, all day long. North Siders can taste test some of the most popular menu items (known as “ClusterFav” dishes) for themselves: the Lazy Breakfast Burrito, Buffalo Mac and Cheese, Pad Thai and the Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich.
“As a local restaurant owner, it is my duty to ensure that hungry Hoosiers should never have to choose between the convenience of fast delivery, the taste of restaurant-quality food and the variety of street food,” said Chris Baggott, co-founder and CEO of ClusterTruck. “We have been proudly serving crave-worthy meals in downtown Indy since 2016, and now in Broad Ripple, Carmel and Fishers. As businesses begin to reopen their doors, we are excited to join the food scene on the North Side and serve new customers, at home and work, our exciting flavors with gusto.”
As we head into the summer months with less social distancing and more socializing, families, colleagues and friends can also benefit from ClusterTruck’s group-ordering features, helping avoid mealtime disputes with over 100 menu items that satisfy everyone’s taste buds. ClusterTruck’s straightforward group ordering option, which allows each member of a party to order exactly what they’re craving, pay separately (or together) and have it perfectly timed and delivered all at once. Customers can order from their homes, workplaces, or even local parks within the delivery radius. Menu items average around $10, and curbside delivery is always free.
ClusterTruck’s secret sauce is its tech-savvy system that streamlines the entire delivery process from online order to curbside delivery. Other local food services attempt to retrofit delivery onto antiquated systems – resulting in soggy, lukewarm food and disappointed customers. Hangry North Side locals can track their order the moment it’s placed, knowing their food will never sit under a heat lamp and will spend less than 10 minutes on the road.
With the addition of the Castleton kitchen, ClusterTruck now operates eight delivery-only restaurants in markets nationwide, including Indianapolis (3), Carmel and Fishers, Indiana; Columbus and Dublin, Ohio; and Kansas City, Missouri. For more information on ClusterTruck, visit ClusterTruck.com.
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Co-founded in 2015, ClusterTruck launched its first kitchen in Indianapolis in 2016. ClusterTruck is a software platform that drives profitable, vertically integrated delivery-only kitchens. With locations in Downtown Indianapolis, Carmel, Broad Ripple (Indianapolis), Fishers and Castleton (Indianapolis), Indiana; Columbus and Dublin, Ohio; and Kansas City, Missouri, ClusterTruck is revolutionizing prepared food delivery from click, to cook, to curb. Get more information and see the menu at ClusterTruck.com.
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