About Us

Trish Wesevich, owner

Trish in Dario Cecchini's Officina Della Bistecca, Panzano-in-Chianti, Italy     NOTICE: Capital Kitchens will be closed to appointments June 18th thru July 4th

Since its inception in 2012, over 300 food startups, established food businesses and food trucks have used this commercial, shared-use kitchen located in South Austin.  Many mobile food trucks use the facility as their Central Preparation Facility and share opportunities in this culinary networking community.  "Its been fun for me to assist many aspiring entrepreneurs who dream of starting their own food and beverage companies.  So many of them are creative and enthusiastic about the culinary culture in Austin and beyond.  Watching them grow and learn how to be successful business people is what motivates me to provide a friendly and inviting space for them to work in and thrive." - Trish Wesevich

Trish has lived in Austin for over 30 years and was one of Austin's long-time Personal Chefs & Caterers for 15 years and was accepted into Les Dames d'Escoffier, Austin Chapter in 2017 where she serves at Board Secretary.  Trish was a founding contributor to Austin Food Magazine and has previously published in Austin Woman Magazine, Texas Cooking Magazine, The Texas Food & Wine Foundation's Plate & Vine Publication, The Austin Review & Charlotte Food & Wine Magazine.   Currently, she does consulting work locally for developers looking to get commercial kitchen space permitted in Austin/Travis County and can consult on business plan concepts for food & beverage concepts.  In 2014 she led a group of Austinites on a culinary tour to Tuscany, Italy.   Trish was a Board Member for the Texas Consumer Venture Expo 2017, is an Advisory Mentor for SKU (Austin's CPG Mentoring Accelerator Program), and was a Pitch-a-Kid participant in 2016.   Also, she is a Mentor for Food + City (formerly the UT Food Lab) Food Challenge Competition for 2015 & 2016 and 2018 as part of SXSW.   Trish and a few of her colleagues started the The Austin Food Trailer Chamber to support the mobile food community.  She is currently pursuing other exciting start-ups in Austin and hopes to find more food enthusiasts to help her continue to expand the Austin food scene for other entrepreneurs. 


Trish is available for consulting services and routinely assists developers and others planning to build out commercial kitchens. 

Caleb Bales, Operations Manager & Mobile Food Vending Coordinator

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Caleb Bales joined Capital Kitchens this past Spring to assist in the on-site management of the facility and to sign up and support mobile food vendors.  Caleb works part-time at Juiceland and so appointments need to be coordinated with his schedule.  In his spare time, Caleb enjoys music and creating beats, BMX biking and skateboarding.  He received an Associate Degree from ACC in Music Business, Technology & Performance.  Set up an appointment with Caleb to discuss your mobile food vending operation and tell us all about what type of delicious foods you will be serving up in Austin or the surrounding counties.  

Email or call Caleb to set an appointment. to sign up your mobile food business at caleb@capital-kitchens.com or 512-632-4101.