Prior to Rayne landing a brick-and-mortar, it appears the chef’s passion project operated from a ghost kitchen where her fare was whipped up and sold for take-out and delivery only.
Additionally, Rayne’s Instagram shows that GNW participated in pop-ups where customers could come enjoy her savory, sweet cuisine street-side.
Unfortunately, ceaseless issues at Rayne’s ghost kitchen forced her to close up shop until the end of the year, according to a recent Facebook post.
Thankfully, the Dallas-raised restauranteur is now gearing up to bring her grits, waffles, and other lauded Southern-inspired creations to a brick-and-mortar.
What Now Los Angeles reached out to Rayne for further details but did not receive immediate feedback.