All LankyBox Kitchen orders now come with a pack of exclusive, collectible trading cards. | Source: LankyBox Kitchen

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LankyBox’s delivery-only restaurant brand — LankyBox Kitchen — is partnering up with Virtual Dining Concepts (VDC) to launch exclusive, collectible trading cards. Beginning today, whenever fans place an order for LankyBox Kitchen’s menu — which features comfort food items such as pan pizzas and deep dish mac and cheese — they will get one pack of three unique trading cards ranging from common, rare, and super rare. Guests can look for beloved LankyBox characters from the YouTube channel, including Foxy and Boxy.

There are 20 different trading cards to find. | Source: LankyBox/The Toy Insider

LankyBox Kitchen is VCD’s first kids influencer virtual restaurant, inspired by LankyBox vloggers Justin Kroma and Adam McArther. Unlike other restaurants, LankyBox Kitchen is completely virtual. Kids (or parents) simply log onto, select a location (there are many across the U.S.), and choose which items they’d like. Each order comes in signature LankyBox packaging and includes a QR code that links to a special video. 

LankyBox is dominating the toy industry. Earlier this year, the kids entertainment brand announced an extension of its toy line, in partnership with Bonkers Toys. The line will feature new plush collections, adding onto the brand’s popular mystery boxes.

Related: Bonkers Toys Releases New Waves of Aphmau and LankyBox Plush Collections

Available while supplies last, the LankyBox Kitchen trading cards feature a different LankyBox character, often with one of the foods served at LankyBox Kitchen. Fans can find cards that picture Boxy with mac and cheese on his head, or even Foxy carrying two bowls of buffalo mac and cheese. There are 20 different cards to collect so the only question that remains is which one will kids find first?

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Hannah Sacks

Hannah Sacks

Hannah Sacks was an editorial assistant at The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book. An avid reader, her first love is late Victorian literature paired with a huge plate of dumplings. When she’s not reading, she loves to attend concerts, cook elaborate dinners, and snuggle up with her two cats, Oscar and Percy.