INDIANAPOLIS — A former barbecue restaurant on the west side of Indianapolis is now a space where chefs, bakers and food truck operators can grow their businesses.
“This is like the ultimate situation for anyone aspiring because all you have to do is pay for your kitchen time and go home,” Na Tasha Pepper said.
Pepper is a member of the Haughville Shared Kitchen. The space opened in January at the corner of Michigan Street and Belmont Avenue.
“There’s no shared kitchens on the west side of Indianapolis, so this is probably the first one on the actual west side,” Pepper said.
At just 15-years-old, Pepper developed a passion for baking, but at the time she admits she wasn’t that good.
“It was a very, very rough, slow start, because I had no clue what I was doing,” Pepper said.
Practicing her skills and using her co-workers to try out her creations paid off.
“I have corporate clients all over and it’s blowing my mind because I never thought that I would be here,” Pepper said.
Now, as a member of the Haughville Shared Kitchen, she says the sky is the limit.
“I just know that I’m gonna go leaps and bounds beyond what I thought I was doing a couple of years ago,” Pepper said.
Aaron Williams is the owner of Haughville Shared Kitchen and an event space called The Nest, which shares the same building.
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