The Maple Leafs’ Mitch Marner is partnering with SkipTheDishes for a virtual restaurant called Mitch’s Dishes, with a portion of proceeds going to combat food insecurity.
Mitch’s Dishes is a virtual restaurant that will be a pop-up delivery experience for fans in 50 locations across Ontario in multiple cities, available through the Skip app for a limited time.
“As the official food delivery app of the NHL, Skip is committed to delivering gameday favourites while enhancing the viewing experience for fans at home,” their press release reads.
The food menu items, curated by winner of Chopped Canada, Chef Matt Rosen, include the “Crispy Chicken Wraparound” and “The Hat Trick” appetizer platter.
“It’s important to gear up before every game with the right fuel,” Marner said in the release. “Skip has always been known for having the best game day eats and a variety of options, so this year, we wanted to kick things up a notch with a restaurant of menu items entirely approved by me – perfect for fans of the game or even just fans of delicious, savoury meals.”
A portion of proceeds from all orders placed on Mitch’s Dishes will be donated to the Marner Assist Foundation which aims to combat food insecurity across Canada. The organization works to generate sustainable change for youth by providing assistance in social care, health and education to ensure a prosperous future for the children.
Those interested can open the Skip app on their phone or on the website, search “Mitch’s Dishes by Skip,” and place an order.