As silent as a ghost itself, Crossroads Food Stop, a new commercial ghost kitchen, opened last fall in the East Crossroads powered by CloudKitchens, a company started by Uber co-founder and ex-CEO, Travis Kalanick. Found in a nondescript building at 1600 Campbell Street, the Crossroads Food Stop has room for 22 commercial kitchens, but currently there are 12 restaurants making food for carry-out or delivery only, which can be ordered online from the Crossroads Food Stop website. The current list includes Misha Eatz, MiTH Bistro, Old Shawnee Pizza, Raj Express Indian Kitchen, Luna Azteca Mexican Grill, Oscar’s Authentic Mexican Grill, Mad Jack’s, Nang Nang, and Top Notch Chicken and Waffles. Unlike a food hall, there is no indoor seating. In fact, disappointingly you won’t see a single chef or kitchen when you walk in, just a tablet mounted to the wall where you can scan your order from your phone if you are a delivery driver or type in your order number manually if you are picking it up yourself. With each concept owned by a local chef, you are likely supporting someone’s dream with every purchase. Who knows you might even discover a new favorite dish to put in your regular delivery rotation.