A restaurant group well-known in the Upstate is opening a food hall concept in the upcoming BridgeWay Station town center development in Mauldin.
Thomas and Angie Wirthlin, creators of The Warehouse at Vaughn’s in Simpsonville and Warehouse at Midtown, will open City Market at BridgeWay Station, which is Dine Development Group LLC's latest food and beverage collaboration.
Dine Development’s new venue will feature a Public House with 100 different beer selections and five casual food concepts: Bourbon St. Burgers, The Flying Philly, American Taco, The Market, and Crazy Cow Creamery, according to a news release from Hughes Investments Inc., which is developing BridgeWay Station.
City Market at BridgeWay Station will occupy approximately 9,500 square feet of ground floor retail space on the project’s main public square, the release stated. It will also feature a 4,000-square-foot rooftop bar overlooking the main piazza, outfitted with a full bar and its own private stage. The roof top bar will also be available for private parties and functions.
“We are very excited to be part of BridgeWay Station and to get started on our newest venue,” said Thomas Wirthlin, CEO of Dine Development. “The space will be a sophisticated modern and industrial fusion with tall ceilings and various common areas to eat and drink. The Roof Top Bar will be a fantastic place to hang out and hear live music while overlooking the large Piazza below.”
- The Public House will feature 100 different beer selections — including 30 on tap — as well as mimosa flights, wine, prosecco and frozen slushies.
- American Taco will be a brand-new food concept for Dine Development, adding craft tacos, nachos, chips and queso, homemade salsa and frozen margaritas to the menu, the release stated.
- Bourbon St. Burgers will open its third location and will continue to offer its usuals: black angus burgers - a special blend of ground chuck, short rib, and brisket — marinated chicken sandwiches, salads, fried chicken sandwiches and one of the largest bourbon collections in the Upstate.
- The Flying Philly was recently introduced at the new Warehouse at Midtown, whose menu offers authentic beef and chicken Philly cheesesteaks, stuffed baked potatoes and chicken wings, the release stated.
- The Market will offer grilled paninis, chopped salads, grilled sandwiches, cupcakes, parfaits, sweets and Italian gelato, according to the release.
- Crazy Cow Creamery will feature soft serve ice cream with a variety of add-ins, as well as Happy Cow milkshakes, the release stated.
City Market at BridgeWay Station will be in the center of the Piazza, providing outdoor seating beside the piazza’s main stage where diners will enjoy performances year-round, according to the release.
“Thomas and Angie [Wirthlin] have successfully proven their ability to provide a high-quality, highly desirable community space where there is something for everyone.” Phil Hughes, owner and president of Hughes Investments Inc., said in the release. “This aligns with our mission at BridgeWay Station to be a place for everyone, where individuals, families, and communities can come together and enjoy many choices to eat, shop, work, live, play, or just relax. We really look forward to partnering with them to bring a great diversity of food, beverage, and entertainment options for everyone.”
City Market at BridgeWay Station joins Cohesive Coffee, Belladina’s Italian Market, The Junkyard, Plum: A Lifestyle Boutique, Yogi’s Cups and Cones, Cocobowlz, and Poogan’s Southern Kitchen as other retail tenants, along with a few others that will be shared publicly soon, the release stated.
These retailers will be incorporated into the project alongside previously announced office and institutional users, including Dodge Bearings and Power Transmission, GREEN Charter Upstate High School, Jackson Marketing, Motorsports & Events, and Spectrum. Cinergy Entertainment has also announced their intention to join BridgeWay’s first phase of development, according to the release.