It’s finally here. For those who’ve kept an eye on the large Canton Crossing project, you can now go forth and shop (and dine!), since the first crop of stores are now open for business. While many of the stores that have opened at Canton Crossing are national chains like Old Navy, Target and Five Below that need no introduction, we’re excited that many of the dining establishments at the Crossing (are we allowed to just start calling it that?) are true local favorites—like Samos, Atwater’s and Mission BBQ.
Not all of the Canton Crossing businesses are open yet—some won’t open until 2014. And which are we looking forward to the most? Farmstead Grill—which will be a farm-to-table style restaurant developed by the folks behind Fells Point’s Waterfront Kitchen. The Farmstead will apparently also be accompanied by a more carryout-oriented kiosk. Of course, it’ll be hard to choose between a visit to the Farmstead and the soup and sandwiches we already know and love from Atwater’s. But for now, the local eats at Canton Crossing are offered by Mission BBQ. In other words, we can enjoy their ribs and “cool slaw” while they take the next few months to decide on the rest.
Canton Crossing is located at 3501 Boston Street in Baltimore. For more information on openings, visit www.theshopsatcantoncrossing.com. Old Navy, ULTA Beauty, LOFT, Sleepy’s, Nail Trix, Yogi Castle, Fresh Cleaners, DSW and Target have opened. AT & T, Five Below, Samos will open in the next week and Michael’s will open October 20.
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