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Rachael Ray fans have long yearned for the celebrity chef to open a restaurant and although the star has yet to open a physical location to serve up her delicious foods she has opened a virtual restaurant in a collab with Uber Eats.
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ONE WEEK until memories, meals and notebook scribbles from my life hit the shelves as #RR50 🥰🎉 It’s my hope that this book leaves the home cook with delicious inspiration, and the reader with that quiet smile we all get after we eat our favorite comfort food. Basically I’m going for the afterglow of a BIG bowl of spaghetti 🍝 💛 I hope 🙏🏻 you’ll enjoy it (Link in bio to pre-order before Oct 15th!)
According to Takeout, Ray announced a virtual restaurant, which will serve dishes from her new cookbook Rachael Ray 50. The dishes will be available in 13 cities, delivered via Uber Eats only from now through December.
Today, @rachaelray launches her first-ever restaurant, Rachael Ray to Go—exclusively on Uber Eats. 🎉 You can now order dishes straight from her new cookbook, Rachael Ray 50, in select cities. ✨ Yum-O! pic.twitter.com/Jgd13zByXN
— Uber Eats (@UberEats) October 17, 2019
Takeout reports hungry customers will be able to choose from a myriad of tasty fare, including Fettucine Alla Vodka, Big S’Mac Cheeseburger, Tahini Caesar Salad, and Spicy Fried Chicken Wings – YUM!
Residents and visitors in the following cities can order from Ray’s virtual restaurant through the Uber Eats app: Toronto, Canada; New York City; Los Angeles; Baltimore; Dallas; Houston; Austin; Minneapolis; Miami; Fort Lauderdale; Portland; Seattle; and Chattanooga.