20 January, 2021, 13:07

Co-Working Kitchen Space MakerGalley In The Works

(Photo Credit: Flickr/John/JOH-1361)

If there’s one thing I’ve heard countless would-be and existing caterers, food truck operators, and food artisans ask me for advice or information on, it’s about commercial kitchen space. Apparently it’s quite limited.

Fortunately, a new project in the works, MakerGalley, is hoping to put a dent in the problem.

Labeled a “co-working space for caterers, food trucks and foodies,” MakerGalley will provide “a health department approved kitchen, dry storage, cold storage and resources to develop and grow.”

Currently in the planning phase, they’re hoping to bring a solid amount of commercial kitchen space to Tucson.

If you’re interested, or know someone that might be, direct them to MakerGalley’s sign up page to get on the list.

Adam Lehrman started Tucson Foodie in late 2008 as a way to track his search for the best food Tucson had to offer.