Start by checking out places that may only be open for breakfast or lunch,
that close early. I have been renting a kitchen for the past year, from a guy who has a bakery, and sells kolaches and cinn rolls... he closes at noon, and I rent the kitchen from noon on. We agreed to a monthly rate, based on a number of hours each week, that I'd be using the kitchen. You will need insurance, which will run around $500 annually, and whatever your state requires for you to sell food (certification/permit/etc). It's definately a more economical way, vs. opening your own shop. You can also check out this site (but I didn't see anything in your area). You just have to get out there and look!