Nordstrom Rack is coming to Canton next year.
Tag: Canton Crossing
Farmstead Grill is moving out of Canton Crossing, and Iron Rooster is moving in.
The new fast-casual (and delicious) Farmstead Shack is now open in Canton.
Former Dogwood Cafe Chef Galen Sampson is at the helm here, as well as at the larger (and affordable!) full restaurant, Farmstead Grill. At Farmstead Shack, you can grab ‘n go (or sit awhile) from from 7:30am to dusk. On the menu: breakfast biscuits, house-made dogs and brats, fresh-pressed juices, smoothies, and beer and wine. Soon they will add snowballs, happy hours, lawn parties and more. Did you say LAWN parties? Are they like field parties from high school? Okay, probably not.
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.
Canton Crossing will later this year house a Target and a Harris Teeter among other well known chain-y stores and restaurants. Mainstream retailers Ulta, Old Navy, Michael’s, Loft, Red Robin (and many more) are on the long list, according to The Baltimore Sun. The construction has already begun between Baylis and South Haven Street. White Marsh and other malls in the area will have a run for their money considering the stores opening in Canton are often shopping-mall residents.