Officials of The Howard Hughes Corporation, the management company of Columbia’s Lakefront, announced today that it has signed a 10-year lease agreement with Foreman Wolf Restaurant Group for a new restaurant on the ground floor of the Exhibit Building. The restaurant will occupy 6,943 square feet of the space formerly occupied by the Red Pearl restaurant. The restaurant concept will be announced at a later date.
“This is a huge opportunity for downtown Columbia,” said John E. DeWolf, Senior Vice President of Development for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “The addition of another quality restaurant will just add to the vibrancy we are creating on the lakefront and in downtown.”
Foreman Wolf is the company owned by Baltimore’s renowned team of restaurateur Tony Foreman and nationally-acclaimed chef Cindy Wolf. The new restaurant will be the sixth location for Foreman Wolf, which also owns Petit Louis and Johnny’s in Roland Park and Pazo, Cinghiale and Charleston in Harbor East. Foreman Wolf also owns BIN 604 Wine Sellers in Baltimore and BIN 201 Wine Sellers in Annapolis.
“Howard County has been a great source market for diners at our Baltimore restaurants,” said Tony Foreman. “As the lakefront is the center of all things Howard County, it is a perfect new home for Foreman Wolf.”
“Having an opportunity to open in Columbia and bringing our food and service to a new market is exciting for me,” said Chef Cindy Wolf. “I am truly looking forward to meeting new guests and working with the local farmers in that region.”
The restaurant is expected to open by the end of the year.
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