The Cook's Nook, Austin's first culinary incubator, opens

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The Cook’s Nook, a culinary incubator and commercial kitchen, is now open and accepting membership applications.

The company incubates local new, early-stage or growing food-based businesses, including caterers, food trucks and retailers, in Central Texas. Like tech incubators, the Cook’s Nook provides infrastructure, resources and support to its members although it does not take on any equity.

The Cook’s Nook is owned by Joi Chevalier and located at 502 Thompson Lane, Austin. 512-710-6665. www.cooksnook.net
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By Emma Freer

Emma Freer began covering Central Austin for Community Impact Newspaper in 2017. Her beat includes the Travis County Commissioners Court and local business news. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in 2017.


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