Hatch taproom opens in Mahaneh Yehuda

To build the bar, he learned how to weld. To assemble the beer line, he learned how to work with copper tubing. In fact, for Greenblatt, learning is the ultimate experience.

August 23, 2017 22:46
Ephraim Greenblatt (left) serves ‘real food’ and ‘real beer’ at Hatch. (

Ephraim Greenblatt (left) serves ‘real food’ and ‘real beer’ at Hatch.. (photo credit: MIKE HORTON)


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Avrami the restaurant consultant spelled it out for me right away.

“There are two kinds of people who open eateries,” he said. “The businesspeople, who then have to learn about food, and the chefs, who then have to learn about running a business.


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