Top Shared Kitchens in Portland

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

Portland Mercado Kitchen ⭐️ – 7238 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR

The Portland Mercado Kitchen is a 24/7 access, affordable, licensed non-profit commissary that welcomes entrepreneurs in the beginning stages of their food business or who are looking to expand their small scale business. They want food entrepreneurs to succeed, offering business development services, personal advising and access to sales opportunities. Portland Mercado Kitchen also offers discounts on rental prices based on income – rent ranges from $11 – $25 / hour.

Perfect Dish Kitchen ⭐️ – 16209 SE McGillivray Blvd, Vancouver, WA

Perfect Dish Kitchen is a 1,800 square foot facility. It is open 24/7 for production users with available walk-in cooler, commercial reach-in refrigerator and commercial freezer space. Equipment includes a Sierra full-size 5-rack convection oven, Vita-Mix Pro Series blender, Kitchen Aid 5-quart Pro Series table top mixer, and much more! Perfect Dish kitchen is licensed as a Level 3 Commercial Kitchen with the Clark County Public Health Department.

Hour Kitchen ⭐️ – 5601 E 18th St #208, Vancouver, WA

Hour Kitchen has 2 separate kitchens that are over 1,000 square feet and open 24/7 for production users. Both facilities are certified as Public Kitchens by Clark County Health Department and the Washington State Department of Agriculture. For-profit businesses must be certified by either the Health Department or by the Department of Agriculture. Non-profit users do not need to be certified and may use the kitchen for preparing, cooking, or baking for themselves or as a class or cooking group.

Second Mile Marketplace, LLC ⭐️ – 11819 NE Hwy 99, Suite C, Vancouver, WA

Second Mile Marketplace is a well-equipped, licensed commercial kitchen space approved by both Clark County Public Health and WSDA. Their mission is to help creative food entrepreneurs launch, grow and thrive in their food business. Second Mile Marketplace offers kitchen rental by the hour with many affordable price levels to meet the needs of small business owners. They provide a wide variety of commercial grade kitchen equipment; dry, cool and cold storage, and a meeting space where members can arrange to meet their own customers. 

The Incubator8830 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR

The Incubator’s licensed kitchen is a fermenter’s dream come true. Currently a dedicated tempeh manufacturing facility, The Incubator is opening their doors to other fermentation/plant based companies. Their facility features a 12′ vapor hood with a 60 gallon jacketed steam kettle, 8 tray convection steamer, and full sized convection ovens. The space includes two separate incubators for fungal fermentation, and a large ‘fermentorium’ for lactic ferments and aging miso. Other tools include food processors, mixers, fermentation vessels ranging from 1 gallon to 300 gallons, as well as pumps and a 4 head bottling machine. 

Bohemian Kitchen 8045 SW Nimbus Ave., Bldg 12A, Beaverton, OR

Bohemian Kitchen aims to support local food entrepreneurs in developing, operating, and growing their business. They help their clients by providing easy access to an inexpensive, fully equipped and licensed commercial kitchen. Bohemian Kitchen is available to those wishing to produce and package specialty or gourmet foods. This includes food truck operators, farmers market vendors, small producers who sell to retail markets, bakers, street vendors, and caterers, as well as church, school or civic groups.

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