Top Shared Kitchens in Atlanta

Looking for the perfect place to start or grow your food business in Atlanta, GA? Below are a few of our top picks for Shared Kitchens in Atlanta. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in Georgia, check out thekitchendoor.com.

Shared Kitchens, LLC – 215 Laredo Dr, #100, Decatur, GA
Providing a fully licensed, professionally equipped commercial kitchen available for rent through flexible membership plans, Shared Kitchens, LLC is a cost effective solution for culinary entrepreneurs. Businesses choose the membership level that allows the amount of time actually needed in the kitchen. Space also includes access to quality professional equipment and onsite cold and dry storage. 

Atlanta Food Innovation Center – 302 Decatur St SE, Atlanta, GA
The Atlanta Food Innovation Center (AFIC) is a membership kitchen for emerging food companies to experience a smarter, faster way to develop nutritious food products and meals, so they can experience greater success rates, be socially responsible, and better educated in the food industry. AFIC works with industry experts to help companies and startups create shelf stable, nutritious food products, reduce food waste, reduce hunger, and provide vocational skills and employ under employed or previously homeless individuals.

Food Production Facility – 1000 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA
This shared kitchen is ideal for raw food, vegan companies, ice cream, gelato, and popsicle production. The facility does not have a gas stove, hood, etc. The space is located in Decatur near Emory University and is licensed through the Georgia Department of Agriculture.

Fully Built Out Plug and Play Kitchen – 777 Oak St, Atlanta, GA & 800 Forrest St NW, Atlanta, GA
This is a fully built out plug and play kitchen available for use with brand new gas and plumbing connections, floor drains, sinks, hood, ansul system, cold and dry storage space, and health permit. Additional features include a security system, Wi-Fi connectivity, and cafe space.

PREP Atlanta – 3300 Marjan Dr., Atlanta, GA
PREP is the country’s largest provider of dedicated commercial kitchens and shared co-working kitchen spaces.  As the largest integrated culinary platform, PREP provides a range of innovative products, solutions and services, as well as a raft of membership privileges, all served up in a culture of culinary excellence. PREP’s concept, facility and amenities have all been custom designed as a culinary haven to meet the needs of all types of food companies and artisans. 

J’s Kitchen Culinary Incubator – 3996 Pleasantdale Rd, Suite 104-A, Atlanta, GA
J’s Kitchen Culinary Incubator provides services that are essential to growing a successful business in any area of food preparation by providing business support, development services, and a comprehensive approach to culinary incubation to entrepreneurs in the start-up and/or early-stage expansion phases. The space is a clean and accommodating atmosphere where members can be comfortable preparing their food products while cultivating their business. 

Irwin Street Community Kitchen660 Irwin St, Atlanta, GA
Irwin Street Community Kitchen is a specialty foods small business incubator offering short term rental agreements and designed to provide commercial kitchen space for food startups. Regulated by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Irwin Street provides a la carte consulting from concept to market launch, including assistance with sourcing, production, business planning, regulatory approval, and sales & marketing. Features of the space include baking and cooking equipment and 24/7 access.

 

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