There are more than 25 food startups in Brooklyn and here’s your chance to taste them all.
Food startup coworking space FoodWorks is hosting an open house Wednesday night, inviting the public in for a $10 taste test of what Brooklyn food startups are cooking up.
“Expect to sample products from 25+ Foodworks makers (& shop to bring some home!), mingle with fellow foodies and entrepreneurs and enjoy Brooklyn Brewery beer,” according to the event’s invite.
— Nick Devane (@Ndevane) July 10, 2017
The idea behind FoodWorks, which we wrote about when it opened in February, is that food startups would have a place to get started making their product that’s not their kitchen. In the same way that coworking spaces work for software startups and freelancers, FoodWorks is way cheaper for entrepreneurs than renting their own space would be, and way better than working out of founders’ own apartment’s kitchens.-30-
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