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post #46 of 88
Wow, this is a very informative thread. I think it should be a sticky!
post #47 of 88
Are all community center kitchens HD approved?
Why is it that the first time you do research, it is re-search, rather than just search?
Why is it that the first time you do research, it is re-search, rather than just search?
post #48 of 88
Thread Starter 
I would ask to be sure. One can check through the health dept.
post #49 of 88
Hi, does anyone know of any commercial kitchen rentals in the Tampa, FL area? I have had no luck finding one... maybe another opportunity for a business icon_smile.gif

post #50 of 88
For those in NYC, there are two kitchens you can rent. in Queens - $220 for the day on Weekends.
Kitchen for Hire in Brooklyn $30.00 per hour

You need to have general liability insurance and these kitchens have a great relationship with Dept of Agriculture. Once you lease, the Dept of Agric. will come inspect you and if you pass you get your license to operate.
post #51 of 88
Thread Starter 
KITCHEN FOR RENTAL ORLANDO FL Fully equipped commercial kitchen for co-op rental avai;able in Orlando FL. Six burner, grill, flatop, 2xkettles, 3xovens, tons of fridge, lots of prep area and too many small wares and catering items to mention. First location of planned multi unit kitchen rental concept. Also provide consulting and coaching to the food service industry and have a USDA buttoned commisary facility for producing retail goods legal to sell anywhere in the USA. Contact for more info.
post #52 of 88
Thread Starter 
Commercial-Kitchen Space Available in Northern Virginia.

We have a commercial space available for rent in Springfield, Virginia and Washington D.C.

If interested please email me.

Rates are
$400 deposit and $30/houlry rate

Open 24 hours Monday - Friday.

First come first serve.
post #53 of 88
I started looking for stuff around the chicago area and found this place...don't know anything about it, but it looks great! I think I will look into this some more!

Thanks for the ideas! I never would have thought to look for a kitchen to rent.
post #54 of 88
does anyone know anything about south carolina??i have searched every website i can find and i cant find anything that gives me any good info. HELP!
post #55 of 88
has anyone found anything in ft lauderdale florida
post #56 of 88
Any information for DFW Area??
post #57 of 88
Great Post!!
Does anyone have info on kitchen rental in Florida (Broward or Palm beach areas)???
post #58 of 88
Thread Starter 
Kitchen by the Hour meets or exceeds your
expectations for a commercial kitchen, has competitive pricing, and will
offer you convenient locations in Santa Rosa, San Jose, San Ramon, and
In the mean time, I invite you to read on, to learn more about our

Our rates depend on how much time you reserve and pay for in advance.
Our minimum rental is four hours in one block, one time. For that
minimum, the fee is $125, which works out to $31.25 per hour. On the
other hand, if you reserve and pre-pay eight hours per week, for six
months, you can rent 208 hours (26 weeks, 8 hours per week) for $2175,
which about ten dollars per hour. If you rent even more, the prices are
even less. For example, renting 40 hours per week, for six months, the
total cost is $6000, which works out to $5.76 per hour! You won't find
a better rate anywhere.

Because we have four separate, fully-equipped work centers, and because
we are open 24 hours per day, every day of the year, you can rent the
time slots that are best for your business.
For the first eight tenants who book a 208-hour package, we are offering
a special deal, only $1800 for the first six months. We will begin
accepting reservations about April 20.

Reservations and payments are made online, using our members-only area
of the web site. You can request an account from the login page. Our
payment processor is Google; we don't ever obtain your credit card or
account numbers, which should provide you with some peace of mind and

To rent from Kitchen by the Hour, you will need Serve-Safe certification
from the county. You will also need $1 Million in liability insurance.
You must agree to our kitchen rules, and sign our agreement on these
rules, as well as a liability waiver. You must post a $10,000 equipment
bond (we can help you obtain this bond; it is quite affordable) and make
a $100 cleaning deposit.

Regarding storage: we offer "dry storage" to tenants who make six-month
commitments, at no charge. Dry storage is provided in lockable, mobile
cages called security carts. Each security cart is 60 inches tall, 18
inches deep, and 48 inches wide. It has four shelves within. In
addition, we will rent walk-in refrigerator and freezer space to
six-month tenants. The refrigerator space is provided through lockable,
enclosed, full-size pan racks, or security carts, depending on your
needs. The freezer is divided into individual lockers. Both
refrigerator and freezer space rent for $2 per day, per rack or locker.
post #59 of 88
Thread Starter 
Commercial kitchens are also known as:

Kitchen Incubators
Test Kitchens
Licensed Kitchens
Kitchen rentals

they can be found in any state. Just look under these titles.
post #60 of 88
Thread Starter 
Commercial Kitchen Space Available in Twin Cities area.
The space includes:
1 Bakers table
3 undercounter prep. areas
2 compartment freezer
7 compartment refrigerator space
3 compartment sink
Short term storage space
6 Burners/ 2 ovens
1,100 sq. feet
24hr Access
Rates $25-55 per hour

For more information call 612 331 9680
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