Armature Works launches online system for one-stop ordering

Armature Works opened its doors in 2018 and quickly grew to one of Tampa’s most popular spots. It opened at a time when food halls were popping up all over the country. Any customer that walks in to Armature Works will definitely notice it’s always filled to the brim with people stopping by to grab food from its 14 vendors.

The food hall is announcing starting today guests can conveniently order online from select Heights Public Market vendors using Bbot. Guests will now be able to place one order and pay digitally via QR codes located on each table and at all the entrances. An online ordering option will be located on the Armature Works website on the top right corner. When orders are ready, a text alert is sent when it’s time to pick up food.

“We’re constantly looking for ways to evolve,” said Armature Works COO Shawna Ellis. “Ways that both enhance our guest experience, as well as benefit our vendors. We hope that by implementing Bbot, guests can spend more time exploring and experiencing all that Armature Works has to offer.”

So far only 9 of the 14 vendors are participating: Bake’n Babes, Bento Asian Kitchen, BnB, Cru Cellars, Empamamas, Hemingway’s Cuban Cuisine, Kipos Mediterranean, Muchachas, and Zukku Sushi.

“It’s exciting to be a part of this rollout. We’re confident it will streamline the ordering process and ease the guest experience,” said Three Oaks Hospitality COO Marshall Hamilton.

To see how Bbot works, watch a tutorial video here.

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