Find licensed, commercial kitchens for rent near you!
The Kitchen Door connects you with commissary kitchen spaces that are available for rent. So whether you are a chef, caterer, baker, food truck, or any other food entrepreneur, The Kitchen Door will help you find an extraordinary place where you can cook, legally!
A shared-use, commissary kitchen is a commercially-licensed space for chefs, bakers, caterers, food trucks, and other culinary professionals. You typically pay for a membership, or by the hour, in order to rent out cooking space alongside other food entrepreneurs. You also get to share expensive resources like cold storage, equipment, and cleaning supplies.
The team over at The Food Corridor built The Kitchen Door after an influx of food businesses reached out to us looking for a commercial kitchen space to cook in. Utilizing our extensive, curated list of commercial and commissary kitchens out there, The Kitchen Door became the perfect alternative to help food entrepreneurs find professional kitchen space to rent.
At The Kitchen Door, we are on a mission to help food entrepreneurs succeed by making it easy to find fully-equipped, commercially-licensed kitchens. We know that by partnering with the right kitchen, your business can keep overhead costs down, reduce risk, and increase your chance of success!
Building your own commercial kitchen is expensive and time-consuming - especially when you are also trying to get your food business off the ground. Here’s what you’ll NOT have to worry about when you rent from a shared-use, commissary kitchen:
The commissary kitchen you rent from will take care of all the extra bills - electricity, contractors, security, sewage, pest control, building codes, and more - so you don’t have to.
Commissary kitchens have the commercial-grade equipment you need, and it is the kitchen’s responsibility to maintain and repair it - one less thing on your plate.
When you own or rent your own commercial kitchen space, most of the time it will sit empty. You could rent part of the kitchen out yourself, but who wants to deal with tenants?
With a professional, shared-use commercial kitchen, you aren’t just getting a place to cook. You’re getting a family of chefs, food producers, caterers, and other like-minded businesses to exchange advice, guide you, and build camaraderie.
Commercially-licensed, shared kitchens make it easy for you to stay compliant. You’ll have the peace of mind knowing you won't risk getting shut down by the health inspector.
Commissary kitchens often provide the additional services - like incubator programs and demo space - that help your business bring home the bacon! You’re the food expert. They can help your business scale.
Find a commercial kitchen to rent so you can focus on growing your business.