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  • A place where you can hang your apron
    without breaking the bank.

Tiny Drumstick kitchen is a fully licensed and equipped commissary designed to minimize the growing pains of food purveyors.
Join our home for wayward chefs-we'll be delighted to help you
along the road to living your belly-driven dream.

Securing a kitchen is a necessary evil if you’re serious about a career in food. And, in our city, it’s no easy or affordable feat–we understand because we’ve lived it. When our friends at Bite Size Kitchen began, they searched high and low for

a space to call home and found zero reasonable options. Getting a business off the ground efficiently and legally is tough for a vagabond chef. That story inspired us to create a place where you can hang your apron without breaking the bank.

A brand spanking new, sparkly clean and spacious kitchen stocked with shiny, state-of-the-art appliances, to be more specific. We’ve laid the groundwork so all you have to do is show up and cook like you mean it. Dreams do come true.

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The kitchen offers an ideal space for emerging caterers, private chefs and special event coordinators to safely and legally craft their tasty creations at an affordable rate.

Our gorgeous, 3,000 sq. ft. kitchen provides all of the equipment you need to thrive in an immaculate space that ensures your business meets strict health code standards.

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Intrigued? Feast your eyes on this:

Four stations, each with: Six-burner
range, Oven + Convection oven, Prep table
and Cold & dry storage

Community shared tilt skillet,
salamander, char-broiler and
candy burners



secure access
with a night


Dancing unicorns serving beer
(Ok, maybe not but this kitchen truly
is a cook's fantasyland)


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Tiny Drumstick kitchen is conveniently located in Long Island City at 43-66 11th Street.

Our kitchen situates you smack-dab in between Queens and Brooklyn, offering quick access to the city’s culinary hotspots and the markets in Willamsburg.