Restaurant Group Behind Golden Eagle Launches Online Marketplace

Atlanta-based Electric Hospitality has released its new digital food, drink, and lifestyle marketplace called Electric Provisions.
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Michael Lennox’s Electric Hospitality, the group behind Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall, Muchacho, and Golden Eagle, has launched Electric Provisions, a new online food, drink, and lifestyle marketplace, according to a press release Monday. 

The marketplace offers pre-scheduled pick-up and delivery for a selection of groceries, food, drinks, and prepared meals from restaurants within the Electric Hospitality group.

Each restaurant offers a specialty:

  • Ladybird’s features a backyard BBQ board that feeds up to three people. it comes with pulled pork and St. Louis-style ribs along with several sides. It feeds up to three people.
  • Muchacho offers a DIY flour tortilla taco kit that also feeds up to three. It comes with Mexican rice, pinto beans, and salsa verde.
  • From Golden Eagle’s, Electric Provisions offers a whole smoked chicken meal with sides of cornbread, field peas with bacon, and potato salad.

Electric Provisions hopes to expand its offerings to basic household necessities such as toilet paper or hand sanitizer. It is unknown when this expansion will arrive.

Electric Provisions is the latest Atlanta-based hospitality group to offer an online component to its brick-and-mortar restaurants as a pivot amid the coronavirus pandemic. King of Pops is now operating Rainbow Provisions and Rumi’s Kitchen deployed Rumi’s Pantry back in March.


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I.P.30307since1987!
30 days ago

Sun In My Belly also has a nice little market going on.
They sell booze too!

Teboughtacular
30 days ago

The Pantry downtown has also been doing a similar thing with local farms. Think this would be nice to continue after COVID assuming its economical

citizenseven
30 days ago
Reply to  Teboughtacular

I don’t know if you meant economical for them or for us. Pricing on Electric Provisions isn’t as bad as I expected, but economical isn’t the first thing that comes to mind.

I.P.30307since1987!
30 days ago
Reply to  citizenseven

Well time is money.
So economical is relative.
We use Kroger & 365 delivery, and fill in with purchases from Savi, Candler Market, Oakhurst Market, and Sun In My Belly market..
If you make six figures a year, or a couple of hundred bucks an hour– it’s economical.

I.P.30307since1987!
30 days ago

I got my second delivery from Kroger yesterday. The first time I tried it, it didn’t go so well.
I think I’ve got the knack of it now, and know it’s limitations, and manage my expectations.
Well I was delighted with the results yesterday–
EXCEPT
When I went to put some shredded parm on my pizza last night, the inner plastic seal on the container had been torn off, and someone had helped themselves to a handful of cheese.
EEEW!!!!
 

citizenseven
30 days ago

It’s called a service charge.

I.P.30307since1987!
30 days ago
Reply to  citizenseven

I paid 10 bucks for the service, and a twenty dollar tip to the shopper/delivery person!
And I really don’t think it was her, because she seemed kinda like a pro shopper– who would never do something like that.
 
However, some delivery looking dude once pulled up in front of my house and started
taking/eating just enough food out of a bag so that it might not be missed.

I.P.30307since1987!
30 days ago

Here’s a tip to food establishments using a delivery service.
STAPLE or TIE your bags shut!!!

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