Top D.C. Shared Kitchens

Looking for your shared kitchen home in Washington, D.C.? Below are a few of our top picks for Shared Kitchens in D.C. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in D.C., check out The Kitchen Door.

TPSS Community Kitchen ⭐️ – 310 Tulip Ave, Takoma Park, MD

The Takoma Park Silver Spring Community Kitchen is an affordable, licensed kitchen facility available to aspiring food entrepreneurs. In addition to the kitchen space, TPSS provides a Microenterprise Training Program which connects potential food business entrepreneurs with community resources, mentorship, and skill development. TPSS aims to help food businesses become established and further improve community food security by bringing more affordably priced foods into the local market.

Farmland Commercial Kitchen ⭐️ – 11910 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD

Farmland Commercial Kitchen’s mission is to provide a supportive hand to the community for those who want to start their own business or grow into an existing one. The Farmland Commercial Kitchen is a family-owned business that provides 24-hour services as well as space and equipment, such as walk-in cooler, freezer, convection ovens, mixers, grill-tops, griddle, and 4 to 8-range stovetops.

Flavors – 6504 America Blvd #105A, Hyattsville, MD

Flavors is a private, yet inclusive, members-only club for culinary artisans to launch, grow, and scale a food and beverage brand. Flavors offers both virtual and physical membership options, including shared commercial kitchen spaces. Included in the Flavors membership is access to exclusive Flavors business and professional development programs, courses, workshops, and events. They also offer a private virtual community for networking, speaker series, webinars, and business development resources. Flavors wants to support the growth of their clients’ food and beverage infrastructure!

Mess Hall – 703 Edgewood St NE, Washington, D.C.

Mess Hall works hard to support up-and-coming food and beverage entrepreneurs, and to drive a vibrant and diverse local food community. As a food incubator, Mess Hall provides their 40+ Members with social capital in the form of an unparalleled network of restaurants, farmers markets, retailers, and potential corporate clients. This, coupled with deep connections to other local resources, helps them to launch and grow small businesses. 

Union Kitchen – 1369 New York Ave NE, Washington, D.C.

Union Kitchen is a 17,000 sq. ft. production facility and food and beverage business Accelerator. They build successful food businesses by empowering food founders through their ecosystem, roadmap, and expertise from launch to scale. Union kitchen is proudly USDA-Organic Certified, USDA-Meat Inspected and FDA-Registered.

DC Chef Space – 5832 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, D.C.

DC Chef Space is a shared commercial kitchen with an attached event space. Their goal is to be where food businesses come to grow! They offer flexible and affordable rate plans, including annual memberships and drop in rates. The DC Chef Space membership team is committed to assist all of their members with business development, income opportunities and a network of contacts to promote their success.

Tastemakers – 2800 10TH ST NE, Washington, D.C.

Tastemakers is a large-scale shared kitchen, helping members grow their business. The space includes four different hotlines and dishwashing areas, a demo kitchen available to rent for tastings & special events, and over 750 square feet of walk-in cold storage. Tastemakers’ eco-friendly design features 133 solar panels providing 30-50% of their power, and provides food composting, ultra-efficient appliances, and more!

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