Top 10 New York Kitchens

Looking for your shared-use kitchen home in New York? Below are a few of our top picks for Commercial Kitchens in New York. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in New York, check out The Kitchen Door.

  1. Hot Bread Kitchen – 1590 Park Ave, New York, NY
    With over 3000 sq. ft. of commercial kitchen space and 24/7 access, HBK offers a full suite of kitchen equipment in addition to renting out dedicated dry, refrigerated and freezer storage. HBK Incubates is a shared commercial kitchen space and business support program for high-growth food enterprises, run by award-winning food business Hot Bread Kitchen.
  2. City Saucery – 80 58th Street 302, Brooklyn, NY
    City Saucery is a food manufacturing company born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, inspired by the Italian matriarch: Nonna (means “grandmother” in Italian). The kitchen space features an allergen-free facility, teaching kitchen, and event space.
  3. Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market – 123 West 18th St 8th Floor, New York, NY
    Lease kitchen space at the bustling Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market, which offers a place where collectors and top-notch hagglers including fashion hunters, designers, tourists, and residents shop for antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, home decor, and more.
  4. Haven’s Kitchen – 109 W 17th Street, New York, NY
    Haven’s Kitchen provides on-site and off-site private event services, specializing in culinary-focused events, from wedding receptions and cooking classes, to press launches and corporate conferences. Haven’s Kitchen works as a creative partner with clients who are celebrating milestones, launching projects they’ve worked hard to build or simply want a space to cook and eat.
  5. Milk Money Kitchens – Coming soon to East Village, NYC
    Milk Money offers rental kitchens & services that help food entrepreneurs and home cooks live out their passion. The kitchens are designed for commercial use, high volume food production, and hosting events. Milk Money Kitchens is a community and its members enjoy invitations to additional opportunities. Members may sub-contract for our clients, work part-time for other businesses in the community, or be invited to fulfill orders under the Milk Money Kitchens brand.
  6. Stony Brook University Business Incubator -4603 Middle Country Rd, Calverton, NY
    Stony Brook University Business Incubator is focused on enhancing economic development on Eastern Long Island.  To date, the program houses 6 technology and 70 food companies in the 25,000 square foot facility.
  7. Bronx Cookspace 50 E 168th St, Bronx, NY
    Bronx CookSpace is an incubator kitchen that offers shared kitchen space for rent and consulting services for small food businesses. The 4,000 square foot commercial kitchen, conveniently located in the South Bronx near public transportation and major highways, includes clean, semi-private cooking spaces, professional cooking equipment, and dry and cold storage space. The space is ideal for caterers, bakers, packaged food and beverage manufacturers, and restaurant owners looking to start and grow their business in NYC.
  8. Chef’s Club Restaurant – 275 Mulberry Street, New York, NY
    Located in the iconic Puck Building, Chefs Club is a restaurant in New York City’s Nolita where the best chefs from around the world take over the kitchen for several months to offer diners a unique culinary experience through the Chefs Club Residency Program. Inside Chefs Club is the intimate 24-seat Studio, an ideal setting for private parties since the chef can be an integral part of the festivities.
  9. Sugar Sketch – 172 SE 2nd St, New York, NY
    Sugar Sketch Cakery is an Italian bakery located in the heart of the East Village, NYC, specializing in Italian pastries, cupcakes, and custom cake design. This is an ideal space for aspiring as well as established bakers in NYC.
  10. Tiny Drumsticks – 43-66 11th Street, New York, NY
    The 5,000 sq. ft. kitchen offers an ideal space for emerging caterers, private chefs, and special event coordinators to safely and legally craft their tasty creations at an affordable rate, providing all of the equipment you need to thrive in an immaculate space that ensures your business meets strict health code standards.

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