The Reason MrBeast Burger Is Delivery-Only

What's the reason MrBeast Burger is delivery-only? As the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic and the restaurant industry finds ways to cope with new roadblocks, ambitious entrepreneurs are offering others hope in the form of new ventures. Take MrBeast Burger, for example. As per Restaurant Business Onlinethe company has gained immense popularity in a short period of time after its inception last year. In fact, it recently declared that it's already managed to sell one million burgers to its customers so far. Whoa.

While ordering from MrBeast Burger, customers can choose from a variety of food options such as burgers, fries, chicken sandwiches, cookies, and more. As per the brand's official website, it remains focused on being a virtual brand that caters to customers across the country. Additionally, McBeast Burger relies on other restaurants and collaborates with them to keep operations running. As a description on the site explains,  "MrBeast Burger operates out of existing restaurant kitchens, allowing restaurateurs to add a new source of revenue without impacting the operation."

Being delivery-only has some perks

Being a delivery-only enterprise is clearly working well for MrBeast Burger. What the ghost kitchen does is that it relies on a few third-party apps (like Uber Eats or DoorDash) to make sure that its food is delivered to its customers on time. While quality is a bit of a concern for some, for the most part, MrBeast Burger has managed to best a major limitation with its delivery-only model: accessibility. Basically, MrBeast Burger is able to reach out to many more customers with this approach.

By the way, one look at the MrBeast Burger's founder's tweets will let you know that the brand has major plans. Jimmy Donaldson recently tweeted that the brand is already in 420 locations, and has also launched its first restaurants in Canada. Already! No wonder customers are intrigued and curious about MrBeast Burger. Additionally, an enthusiast posted a photo of their order and wrote, "The best fast food to me."  Pretty impressive, huh?