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Union Kitchen Members Can Make—But Not Sell—Marijuana Edibles

Food producers are welcome to make cannabis chocolate or pot buttered popcorn, but they can't sell it or possess more than two ounces.

D.C.’s New Food Incubators Aren’t Just Places to Cook

EatsPlace, opening soon in Park View, will offer a "pop-uppery," commercial kitchen, event space, and market

Union Kitchen to Open Market and Cafe in Capitol Hill

The place will sell products from the food incubator's members.

The Lot at Union Kitchen Will Relocate to New Lots After This Weekend

The Lot at Union Kitchen is back this Saturday with music from local bands and hip-hop groups plus food from D.C.'s up-and-coming food businesses. But it will be the last event that the food incubator hosts at the corner of 3rd and L streets NE, a block from its kitchen space. Union Kitchen co-founder Jonas Singer says […]

Union Kitchen to Open Second Facility for D.C. Food Businesses

Look for the "D.C. made" label to start showing up on even more artisan food and drink products next year. Union Kitchen, which provides professional kitchen space and other resources for local food entrepreneurs, announced today that it plans to open a second facility at 1369 New York Ave. NE, in Ivy City, at the end […]

Chez Le Commis Chef Launching Pop-Up Wine Bar at Union Kitchen

Previously limited to those who can respond to an email within three minutes, Chez le Commis supper club will soon be coming to a parking lot near you. Vin de Chez, a 40-seat pop-up wine bar, will operate out of a parking lot at food incubator Union Kitchen on select Sundays while the weather holds […]

Union Kitchen Takes Over Empty Lot in NoMa For Open-Air Bazaars

Union Kitchen opened in NoMa late last year as a place for budding food entrepreneurs to access professional kitchen space and other business resources. Now, the food incubator is hoping to give the public a place to experience its members' wares. Co-founder Jonas Singer says they've leased a lot at 3rd and L streets NE, […]

State of the Artisan: Will New “Food Incubators” Help Create a Culinary Business Boom?

Lobbyist and former congressional staffer Alexandrine De Bianchi first started making her salted caramel, pistachio, and passionfruit French macarons as a hobby two years ago. But when her employer told her it would be downsizing and laying her off within a year, De Bianchi began thinking seriously about transforming her extracurricular baking into a full-fledged […]

Pop Up? Pipe Down!

Lost Society, on U Street NW, is normally closed on Monday nights. But on a recent Monday evening, its dining room played host to 18 guests in a somewhat unusual arrangement. Seated around one long communal table, the diners ate dishes like popcorn soup, strawberry pasta, and a Ritz cracker ice cream with warm apple […]

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