Grocery shopping on an empty stomach often results in one buying items they don't need, which is why hungry consumers may want to stop for a bite at Kroger's new concept restaurant, titled Kitchen 1883.
This interesting dining experience features a name inspired by the year the grocery chain opened, and only serves meals made with ingredients that can be found inside of the supermarket. The restaurant is attached to an existing Kroger location in Union Kentucky, and offers a seasonal menu with meals varying between $10 and $18. This unique experience offers a streamlined dining experience, for those looking to shop with their head, instead of their stomach.
The restaurant is currently trailing in one location, and the company hopes to expand to other locations following the success of the dining experience.