Spice Bridge is now home to FIN’s Food Business Incubator program, which supports under-resourced South King County residents, primarily immigrant and refugee women. We're in the final stretch–help us secure the last 20 percent! Learn more at foodinnovationnetwork.org/food-hall.
Your support will help businesses such as Afella Jollof Catering, Chef Jalissa Culinary Co., Jazze's, Mamá Tila, Monique's Hot Kitchen, Moyo Kitchen , Naija Buka, Seatango, Soozveen, Taste of Congo, Theary Cambodian Foods, Wengay's Kitchen, WUHA and other future women entrepreneurs gain the tools and access needed to start a business and thrive.
The 2,800-square-foot facility includes a commercial kitchen with four cook stations, five food retail stalls (including one stall designated for pop-ups and cooking demos), and a community dining area. The space will accommodate 20 food businesses, including eight that rent stalls in the food hall open to the public for food service. Other businesses will use the kitchen for off-site sales, such as catering and farmers markets. The facility allows for expansion of FIN’s pilot program, which provides incubation services including subsidized rent at a shared commercial kitchen, permit assistance, market channel development, and other business supports.