Kettle Hill, a new restaurant concept from Keystone Hospitality, is opening at Power Plant Live!, which is now at 100 percent capacity following a $10 million renovation, expansion and grand relaunch of the district.
Baltimore Oriole Rick Dempsey is a partner on the concept, which follows Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden, Joe Squared, Luckie’s Liquors, PBR Baltimore, the Baltimore Comedy Factory, TATU Asian Grill, and the Live! concert venue in a string of openings at the downtown spot.
Occupying approximately 6,000 square feet, plus an additional 2,000 square feet of patio space, Kettle Hill is an American bistro & tavern offering exceptional seasonal grill fare. The restaurant’s official opening date will be April of 2012.
Situated at the corner of Water St and Market Place, Kettle Hill will have seating for approximately 250, spanning the dining room, bar and outdoor patio.
Designer Brian Swanson, who’s list of clients include Neiman Marcus, Rolex and Steve Wynn, has created a warm space with exposed brick and wood beams, enhanced with tufted leather, reclaimed wood, and rich canvas. The storefront will open up to an expansive outdoor patio, which will feature an open air pergola that will cover the outdoor bar and grill area.
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