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A brand new business called Delivery Kitchens is making its way to Northridge, located at 9346 N Corbin Ave.
When Now Los Angeles previously reported on a multiple-concept food hall/virtual kitchen at 9346-9350 Corbin Ave in 2020. At the time, four new restaurants were set to debut in this new development, “focusing on best-of-class Asian concepts.” According to a real estate agent, the new restaurants included a Korean restaurant doing business as Feu Noodles; Akafuji, which currently operates a La Habra location; Maxwell’s, a new concept from Las Vegas restaurateurs Jenny Wong and Sheridan Su.
Now, this new business will be replacing one of these restaurants, as the development has yet to open. Not much is known about Delivery Kitchens. By the name, this will likely be a ghost kitchen under Okumura Plannings LLC. The new business will join three other kitchens/ restaurants in the 4,889 square-foot food hall. Alcoholic beverage sales will occur during the proposed operating hours from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. Sunday-Thursday and 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, according to a case filing for the restaurant submitted to the City of Los Angeles.
Attempts to reach applicant Ryota Okumura fells short on multiple attempts. According to the submitted plans, the restaurant is located in the southern-most leasehold contained within the building. The restaurant consists of four separate kitchens, a food service counter containing 13 seats, and one main dining room with 60 seats. There will be no live entertainment, no “fortified” wine, no alcohol will be sold without a food order and no happy hour.