‘Food incubator’ hatching in Richmond

Mike Platania | Richmond BizSense

Hatch Kitchen RVA, a commercial kitchen/coworking hybrid, is preparing to open in the Clopton Siteworks development.

Hatch will be a commissary kitchen for local food businesses, offering memberships for access to a large kitchen area outfitted with cookware, dry storage, fridge space and common areas.

Behind the venture are Austin Green and Brad Cummings, two local entrepreneurs who co-founded Texas Beach Bloody Mary Mix and Startup Virginia, respectively.

Hatch will be a “food incubator” of sorts by bringing in mentors, investors and marketers as well as hosting classes to help food businesses grow.

Memberships will range from $200 to $2,000 per month, with all members having access to the space 24 hours a day. Hatch is looking to open in August.

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