CoMo Cooks Shared Kitchen gives all cooks a chance to turn their recipes into a business reality, regardless of background, income, or status. Our mission is to provide accessible, inclusive, and affordable kitchen space for local food-based businesses and small-batch producers.
The CoMo Cooks project benefits the community by:
Recognizing that the local community of makers, artisans, crafters, and cooks has a significant impact on our economy, The Loop CID receive one of six national grants from the EDA and Smart Growth America to help us identify and support local, small-scale manufacturing along the Business Loop Corridor. This shared kitchen was a direct recommendation of that public visioning process and is even more critical today given the impact of COVID-19 on the local economy. A second national grant named the as The Loop one of eleven Etsy Maker Cities and helped us create a shared brand, an online Maker Directory, and host regular Maker Markets.
14 Business Loop 70 East
(Temporary location on Walnut St. during construction)