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post #121 of 147

Hi Everyone, Im in Oakland County, Michigan and Im looking for kitchen space to rent. Im really new, no permits or such but I think the first thing I need is a kitchen. So PM me if you have any thing close to me.

post #122 of 147

I am looking to rent a commercial kitchen in CT near Groton . please let me know if anyone comes across a kitchen that is licensed for culinary work. thank you

post #123 of 147

One place to look might be this Quora thread on how small food businesses find commercial kitchen space:
http://www.quora.com/Food/How-do-small-food-businesses-find-commercial-kitchen-spaces 


Best, 
Tariq

post #124 of 147

Hi,  do you still have kitchen space to rent?

post #125 of 147

There is a raw kitchen willing to share space in Santa Ana California if anyone is interested. Newly opened and closed most evenings and Sundays.

post #126 of 147

I am interested in renting a commercial kitchen for my startup business making beef jerky, need to know pricing as I will need some equipment to be set up distinct for this undertaking, one smoker. I do not know if you have vacuum packaging equipment, but the rest I'm reasonably sure you do. I do not need storage for my products or ingredients as they will be batch specific and fully packaged upon completion. I am looking for early 2013 and would appreciate any advice for this undertaking, such as food safety courses required,  how to register with the State, FDA, how to market etc... Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Fred Graham

post #127 of 147

Mr. Graham,

 

As this is a world-wide forum, perhaps you would like to indicate the geographic locale that you are interested in?
 

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post #128 of 147

Also looking for commercial kitchen space i can rent.  I am in Nassau County, Long Island, willing to travel in to Suffolk but not too far in to Suffolk.  Have had one quote at $125/hr.  Is that a reasonable price? 

post #129 of 147

That seems like a lot to me I rent for 75 for 5 hours in a bar kitchen, I may know of a guy in Amityville willing to rent I'll check if you are interested.

 

Chef Rob

post #130 of 147

PM me
 

post #131 of 147

Yea if you could PM me that would be great any info you have on that kitchen.
 

post #132 of 147

I have a commercial kitchen in Greenwich Ct.  I am currently renting by the hour.  Almost all days are currently available.  If anyone is interested, contact me.  

post #133 of 147

Hello all. I'm in the planning stages of a shared use commercial kitchen in southern New Jersey, specifically in the Camden/Gloucester county area.  I'm currently in the process of surveying potential users as to equipment wanted/needed, potential hours per week, etc., so if you're in the area, please email me at bbenjamin23@gmail.com.
 

post #134 of 147

For anyone looking to find a kitchen to rent or cook in, search the term "culinary incubator" or "incubator kitchen". Here is a website with a map of culinary incubators.  http://www.culinaryincubator.com/maps.php

Brandon O'Dell

 

Friend That Cooks Home Chef Service

www.friendthatcooks.com

O'Dell Restaurant Consulting

www.bodellconsulting.com

 

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Friend That Cooks Home Chef Service

www.friendthatcooks.com

O'Dell Restaurant Consulting

www.bodellconsulting.com

 

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post #135 of 147

check www.kitchen4rent.com or www.kitchen incubator.org

post #136 of 147

I need a commercial kitchen in the Durham, NC area for a start-up cake business.  Night hours and flexible hours are possible.  Dry storage space and temporary refrigeration are helpful, but not essential.  I'm also willing to work in exchange for use of kitchen. Thanks for your consideration!

post #137 of 147

HI!

  Can anyone refer me to a commercial kitchen for rent in Cleveland OH?? thanks

post #138 of 147

I'm interested in getting some more info on your Greenwich kitchen rental space.  thanks
 

post #139 of 147

HI We have a commercial kitchen in Branford.   Contact me for more info   Pete

post #140 of 147

Hi, Do you still have space to rent and how much are you charging per hour? Thanks

post #141 of 147

Hello, I am interested in renting a kitchen in greenwich ct , or local areas, is yours still available ?

 

what is the hourly rate please , thank you , Louise 

post #142 of 147

Hi ,

 Please let me know where is your kitchen, how big is ti, what equipment youhave and waht is the rent? Do you rent, lease for longer periods?

 

Best Regards,

 Annette

post #143 of 147

If you are still looking, please contact us by Private Message.  We have both a timeshare, six-station kitchen, if your operation is occasional/part-time, and a dedicated 1200 sf kitchen + office, warehouse, etc. for lease.
 

post #144 of 147
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That seems like a lot to me I rent for 75 for 5 hours in a bar kitchen, I may know of a guy in Amityville willing to rent I'll check if you are interested.

Chef Rob


I need to find exactly that in CT! That's a great deal!
post #145 of 147

I rent a fully equipped kitchen in Milford, CT and the owner is looking for another caterer to share the space with.  The kitchen is approximately 700 square feet, neat and affordable.  It's the perfect setting for someone who would like to start a new business and start small.

post #146 of 147

CONTACT A LOCAL BROKER.

Chef EdB
Over 50 years in food service business 35 as Ex Chef. Specializing in Volume upscale Catering both on and off premise .(former Exec. Chef in the largest on premise caterer in US  with 17 Million Dollars per year annual volume). 
      Well versed in all facets of Continental Cuisine...

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Over 50 years in food service business 35 as Ex Chef. Specializing in Volume upscale Catering both on and off premise .(former Exec. Chef in the largest on premise caterer in US  with 17 Million Dollars per year annual volume). 
      Well versed in all facets of Continental Cuisine...

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post #147 of 147
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CONTACT A LOCAL BROKER.


Even better, your local health inspector, they know where ALL licensed kitchens are and generally know which ones are looking for users.

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