Town Kitchen Serves More Than Lunches for Companies


The Town Kitchen connects low-income Oakland youth aged 16-24 with local chefs and artisans to plan, prepare, build, box and deliver curbside lunch to companies and individuals in the Oakland and San Francisco Bay area.

The Town Kitchen, founded by Sabrina Mutukisna, strives to highlight communities through food. Each locally-sourced menu available is concocted by a guest chef, created by Town Kitchen youth workforce, and partnered with local artisan food businesses. Town Kitchen is a community where youth will be introduced to talented chefs and start-up entrepreneurs.

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