Ghost kitchen operator, Kitchen United, has inked a partnership with Helbiz Kitchen to bring its virtual restaurants to New York City and Austin, available to order through the Helbiz Kitchen app or Kitchen United MIX.

In each of these cities, Helbiz will bring its delivery-only restaurant concepts including Burger & Sons, Pokaii, Pomodòro, Wabisabi, What the Farm, and La Bottega del Gelato.

Helbiz Kitchen is a subsidiary of Helbiz, a New York-based micro-mobility service provider that operates a fleet of e-scooters, e-bikes and electric mopeds in cities around the world. It has expanded its offering to include its virtual restaurant brands, which the company says were developed in Milan.

Reading between the lines, it’s clear this partnership is intended to expand to additional U.S. cities and beyond, as well as including Helbiz’s mobility platform.

“Since the first days of Helbiz Kitchen, our goal has been to expand it to the United States,” said Helbiz CEO Salvatore Palella. “We are excited for people in NYC and Austin to experience the cuisine that we have perfected in Milan. Our mission of making Helbiz a super-app by consolidating needs will be built on the dual foundation of mobility and food delivery. It is advanced faster by partnerships with market leaders like Kitchen United who will help continue our high standards of service.”

“With our proprietary, leading-edge technology, Kitchen United MIX is revolutionizing the way people order takeout and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome Helbiz Kitchen and its incredible variety of cuisines to our NYC and Austin facilities,” said Kitchen United CEO Michael Montagano. “Families and groups who can’t agree on what to have for lunch or dinner love the ability to order foods from different restaurants, all in one easy order.”

When available, users can download the Helbiz app on the Apple Store or Google Play. When it becomes available in cities that Helbiz has micro-mobility offerings, users will be able to use the same app to solve their daily transportation and food needs.