Top Dallas Shared Kitchens

Need a new place to call your shared kitchen home in Dallas, TX? Below are a few of our top picks for Shared Kitchens in Dallas. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in Dallas, check out

    1. Perfect Temper Kitchen – 6900 Alma Dr #140, Plano, TX
      Perfect Temper Kitchen has the commercial size tools chefs need: ovens, stove, mixer, sinks and even an assistant, if needed. The space features plenty of stainless steel workspace and storage, and tenants have access to the space 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    1. Locavore – 715 Hawthorne Ave, Fort Worth, TX
      This rent-by-the-hour kitchen business model has turned into a full-service home for food businesses who want to scale up sustainably. The kitchen features separate rooms for cooking, prep, and washing dishes; private dry, cold, and frozen storage; and much more. The multipurpose event space has full Audio/Visual capabilities, indoor/outdoor areas, gated parking lot and full kitchen access.
    1. The Cook Line – 2011 West Spring Creek Pkwy, Suite 2000, Plano, TX
      6000 square feet of event space and a full chef’s kitchen, beautifully designed and well equipped, in Plano, TX. Available 24/7, The Cookline provides bakers and caterers a pay-by-the-hour base of operations without the overhead.
    1. Hot Stove Kitchen – 1401 E. Arapaho Road, Richardson, TX
      The Hot Stove Kitchen believes in the success of small business owners and is designed specifically to assist you with your dreams. Ideal for caterers and food truck operators, the space also has a tasting and catering space that will comfortably accommodate up to 20 to 25 guests.
    1. Hour Kitchen Dallas – 209 Main Street Garland, Garland, TX
      Hour Kitchen is a licensed shared-use commercial kitchen rental facility providing food entrepreneurs the means to prepare and process their food product for the consumer market. The space is perfect for catering or bakery businesses that do not want the overhead of building or equipment expenses or the commitment of a long-term lease, production of food products to be sold to the public at flea markets, farmers market, etc., and cooking demonstrations or group cooking classes.
    1. Culinary Kitchen & Beyond, LLC – 2156 W Northwest Hwy #312, Dallas, TX
      Culinary Kitchen & Beyond, LLC is dedicated to culinary entrepreneurs; small-scale producers, farmer’s market vendors, chefs, cooking classes, caterers, bakers, food photographers, or anyone needing a licensed kitchen!  Their mission is to help grow your food business in a professional and collaborative shared-use environment.
    1. Elixir Kitchen Space – 3789 N Beach St #209, Fort Worth, TX
      Elixir Kitchen Space is available around the clock, whenever it is most convenient for you and your business so you can start growing your business immediately without a large initial capital investment. This minimizes your risks and start-up costs. The facility is set up for many uses, from catering to cooking classes.
    1. Z’s Cafe Kitchen Incubator – 1316 Pennsylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX
      The Z’s Cafe is dedicated to connecting and supporting local entrepreneurs to grow their ideas and skills into sustainable, successful business ventures. This fully furnished and fully permitted commercial kitchen is located just 5 min. from downtown Fort Worth and features a Blodgett convection gas double oven, walk-in refrigerator, climate-controlled work space, access key and alarm code (for after-hours use), and more.
  1. Revolving Kitchen – 520 Shepherd Drive, Garland, TX
    Revolving Kitchen has 25 fully licensed commercial kitchens designed wholly with your success in mind. Each member is provided a private commercial kitchen. Hourly to long-term rentals available to satisfy your business needs.

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