Though the city is working on its garden space in order to scale the flourishing farm-to-table and local sourcing wave, both local goods retailers, as well as emerging chefs, need more kitchen space to produce. Let's face it: apartment kitchens, let alone those in New York, aren't exactly spacious or realistic to work from. Luckily, NYC's food incubator scene is blossoming. With at least one space in each borough, these test kitchen spaces allow chefs to work in restaurant-quality kitchens.
The newest addition to the city's food incubator scene is set to open in Morningside Heights this Fall. Read More