Some turn numbers, others cook the books. Hong Kong-based BiteUnite bridges the cafe and co-work culture entirely with their new space in the Mission.
BiteUnite is the newest cafe creation to hit San Francisco is a very unique way, “running a successful food business is extremely difficult, especially in San Francisco.” says founder Patta Arkaresvimun. “With this new space, our first and foremost goal is to help support budding food entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. Ahead of our grand opening, we want to support a range of talented chefs who are in need of their own professional work space. They’ll be the first to use our commercial kitchen and test out their own recipes with customers, once the cafe is up and running.”
Centrally located in the Mission, the space was built to offer the basic necessities chefs need to kick off their own business, including a fully equipped, licensed commercial kitchen, business support, and a neighborhood café to engage with the community. The company believes in the power of cooking and draws in a host of talented chefs, passionate bakers, home cooks, and café regulars to create a vibrant community around authentic food.
The space allows blossoming chefs and other food enthusiasts to really practice their craft with state-of-the-art supplies, utilities, and other offerings such as workshops, classes, and one-on-one's with guest chefs in San Francisco. BiteUnite is looking for chefs and food entrepreneurs who are interested in exclusive access to the kitchen before the café officially opens to the public later this summer.
// The co-working kitchen is currently taking applications and the cafe is set to open in September, biteunite.com; photography courtesy of BiteUnite.
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