Share Kitchen, Workspace For Food Businesses, Opens At McHenry Row


Brian Mathias, owner of Bistro Lunch Box food truck, and Nikki Marks, owner of Mindgrub Café food truck, has partnered to open a commissary kitchen at McHenry Row.

Share Kitchen, a workspace for culinary professionals and private event reservations opened last week in Locust Point.

The building at 1215 East Fort Avenue features cooking equipment, washing stations, walk-in freezer, prep stations and walk-in refrigerator, as well as a living room-style area and 12-seat farm table.

Mindgrub Cafe Food Truck

Marks is married to Todd Marks, the owner of the Baltimore-based tech firm Mindgrub, which is housed on the second floor of the building.

The WOLO food truck, Au Jus Solutions, a food business-consulting firm, and Rack House Bakers have joined Mathias and Marks’ food trucks at Share Kitchen.

Kitchen rental fees are $45 per hour and a full food truck membership is $1,500 per month. Off-hours and daytime memberships are also available.

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