What is .kitchen?

Delegated under the New gTLD (generic top-level domain) Program in 2013, .kitchen is an active domain extension with more than 7,000 registrations.

Who uses .kitchen?

Whether you're a restaurant owner, chef, food technologist, dietitian, or homemaker, .kitchen helps you share your recipe ideas and best practices to an audience beyond your household, classroom, or food establishment. The domain extension provides authenticity to websites of enterprises producing various food products, from desserts and whole meals to sauces and special beverages. Moreover, it can add professionalism to the portals of retailers, contractors, and designers specializing in kitchen supplies, interiors, and remodeling.

Why go with .kitchen?

Websites ending in .kitchen can help bring foodies, epicures, and food caterers closer to each other. The domain extension will also make it easier for meal preparers to link with ingredient, tool, appliance, and packaging suppliers so that the entire cooking process, from pan to plate (or jar and delivery box), becomes a delightful experience.
Frequently Asked Questions

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TLD stands for ‘top-level domain’. It is the last part of the domain name. The most recognizable TLDs in the world are .com, .net, and .org. Other TLDs include .blog .cafe.info.

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