TULSA, Oklahoma - People looking to get into the food business, can now do it in a unique state-of-the-art facility in Tulsa. 

Kitchen 66 celebrated the grand opening of a new building on South Lewis on Tuesday.

The space includes a large scale walk-in freezer and several work stations.  The Tulsa kick-start offers affordable space for food entrepreneurs to rent.

"We really saw a need to support food businesses specifically because they are really high risk and can have a really high failure rate," said  Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation CEO Elizabeth Ellison.

Kitchen 66 has helped more than 100 entrepreneurs in the Tulsa-area since 2016.  They'll also open a general store inside the upcoming Mother Road Market in August.