What Guidelines Will We Need To Set With Our Comm. Kitchen?

Business By sunnyrunner Updated 12 Apr 2008 , 7:10pm by indydebi

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sunnyrunner Posted 12 Apr 2008 , 4:44am
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We're meeting on Wednesday with a guy nearby who owns a catering company, who says it's a "good possibility" that he'd be interesting in renting kitchen space to us. I want to come prepared to our meeting.

Those who rent kitchen space, do you have a contract in writing? If so, what's in it?

Obviously we'll need to negotiate price, as well as if the hours are set, or as-needed. Also, we'll want to figure out giving notice to cancel the deal (on either end). What else?

Sorry for all the questions tonight. icon_redface.gif

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Mike1394 Posted 12 Apr 2008 , 11:44am
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One thing I would check is the intermingling of equipment. Say you have you oven preheating, and someone changes it, you go to bake thinking you have the right temp. Then boom someone was going to bake some cream puffs, and set it for 450. What happens if someone uses a mixer, and it breaks?


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indydebi Posted 12 Apr 2008 , 7:10pm
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will you have designated storage/frig/freezer space that is just yours?

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