It’s safe to say the one thing that hungry office workers loathe the most is waiting in a long line to grab a quick lunch.
But now there’s a new spot in downtown Vancouver where customers won’t even have to pull out their wallets when it comes to picking up a midday meal.
Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods has opened a new digital and cashless location at Park Place (666 Burrard Street), which is a grab-and-go kitchen without any cashiers or tables.
If you’re looking for convenience during the lunch rush, this is the place to go. Customers simply place their order online or through the eatery’s app, before heading over to the establishment to grab their meal that will be labeled by name. Pick-up times can also be chosen before guests pay.
At the front of the 1,800-square-foot space, which is mostly dedicated to its full kitchen, are several metal racks where customers can easily take their pre-ordered meals. Menu items like seasonal and locally sourced salads, sandwiches, soups, stews, and bowl are made-to-order.
"We believe that eating healthy should be an easy decision, so we're making it even more accessible through leading-edge technology that will allow us to provide exceptional convenience and high-quality to Tractor customers,” Steve Clarke, co-founder of Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods, said in a press statement. “We're thrilled to be able to bring this new concept to Vancouver diners.”