Boston’s Top 5 Shared Kitchens

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

Citizens Inn Haven from Hunger ⭐️ – 71 Wallis Street, Peabody, MA

Citizens Inn Haven from Hunger is designed to help families and individuals prepare for and transition to a sustainable life. Through their work, they not only provide a safe place to stay and a meal on the table, but offer tools to empower families and individuals to find permanent solutions to break the patterns of instability in their lives. Citizens Inn offers shared commercial kitchen space for rent to incubate small business ideas and expand training when it’s not in use by their community meals program. 

Foundation Kitchen ⭐️ – 32 Cambridge Street, Charlestown, MA

Foundation Kitchen operates two shared commercial kitchens in Massachusetts. This flagship location in Charlestown, MA, is a custom-built state-of-the-art shared kitchen on the ground floor level with 4 private lockable studio kitchens in addition to the shared space. The street level is a micro food hall with 5 vendors, including a cafe and an organic wine and beer bar. Foundation Kitchen currently has 30+ businesses in their facility. In addition to hourly rentals, they offer food business consultancy and courses, and ServSafe certification classes and exams.

Salem Gnu Kitchen – 62 Wharf Street, Salem, MA

Salem Gnu Kitchen is, first and foremost, a commercial kitchen. Their main purpose is to help entrepreneurs, caterers and small local businesses in and around Salem (and the North Shore) grow their businesses and become successful. Salem Gnu truly believes that supporting local farmers and local businesses is not only vital to the environment, but it’s the smartest way to support a healthy community. In addition to kitchen space, they offer a culinary learning facility and cooking school as a way to offer their clients a wide range of culinary education. 

CommonWealth Kitchen – 196 Quincy Street, Boston, MA 

CommonWealth Kitchen is Greater Boston’s only nonprofit food business incubator and urban food manufacturing social enterprise. They believe that a resilient, equitable economy requires closing Greater Boston’s growing wealth divide by promoting inclusive entrepreneurship and creating jobs for people impacted by racial, social, or economic inequality. Through their offerings of shared kitchen space and equipment, technical assistance, business training and advising, mentoring, contract production services, and connections to markets and sources of capital entrepreneurs CommonWealth helps entrepreneurs go from concept to successful, scaled business!

Atlas Commercial Kitchen, LLC. – 49R High St, Suite 2, Woburn, MA

Atlas Commercial Kitchen is dedicated to culinary entrepreneurs including small-scale producers, farmers market vendors, chefs, cooking classes, caterers, bakers, food trucks, photographers, or anyone needing a certified kitchen. Their mission is to help grow food businesses in a professional and collaborative, shared-use environment. In addition to renting commercial kitchen space, Atlas also runs and operates Atlas Restaurant Equipment to provide state-of-the-art equipment on hand.

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