UPDATES from Harborplace:
McCormick and Company, Inc. (NYSE:MKC) soon will open its first retail destination, McCormick World of Flavors, in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. A brand showcase, the retail destination is designed to engage tourists and locals, and features McCormick’s range of products from the U.S. and other countries. Sections of the store focus on cooking, baking and grilling. The store is set to open Labor Day Weekend.
Nothing fancy, but food court reopens with choices for shoppers and visitors. Harborplace & The Gallery announced today several new openings to the expanded and renovated Food Court located across from H&M on Level 1 of the Light Street Pavilion. Easily accessible from Light Street and the promenade, the newly remodeled Food Court features over 7,500 total square feet of space, including three large seating areas. Included in the Food Court dining mix are:
Subway, the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain, opened August 9, bringing its famous mixture of fresh ingredients, outstanding customer service and healthy meal options to a 784square foot location in the Light Street Pavilion Food Court.
Chicken Now, caters to families and people of all ages by providing customers with the highest level of service as well as fresh, exciting and delicious food. The new 693 square foot Chicken Now location opened July 6 in the Light Street Pavilion Food Court, featuring sandwiches, healthy wraps, fresh made salads, signature tenders, crispy wings and a variety of savory sides.
China Max is a great alternative to the usual fast-food fare. Offering traditional Chinese cuisine in a 601 square foot space, China Max is great for the whole family. Serving flavorful specialties and creative classics, China Max will be a favorite for the lunch and dinner crowd on-the-go. China Max opened July 6 in the Light Street Pavilion Food Court.
Sundial Pretzel opened July 22 in a 433 square foot space adjacent to the Light Street Pavilion Food Court, to offer a variety of delicious baked goods including traditional, fresh baked pretzels, pretzel pizzas, pretzel dogs, pretzel balls and a wide array of dipping sauces to match any appetite.
Frozeberry offers frozen treats without the guilt in a Light Street Pavilion Food Court adjacent 512 square foot space. Frozeberry’s sweet treats include frozen yogurt blended with fresh fruit and toppings, cool shakes, and parfaits layered with granola, as well as special weekly flavors to keep customers coming back for more. Frozeberry opened its doors July 22.
Included in the Gallery’s Level 4 Food Court dining mix are:
Krazi Kabob opened July 6 in The Gallery’s Level 4 Food Court to the delight of all who enjoy the unique fusion of Indian, Pakistani, and Mexican cuisines. The 815 square foot space serves traditional food in a non-traditional way - letting customers make their own Krazi combinations!
Sushi Express opened June 1 in a 430 square foot space in The Gallery’s Level 4 Food Court. Visitors to The Gallery can enjoy a great selection of sushi while taking in the great views of the inner harbor.
“This is an exciting time for Harborplace & The Gallery and the surrounding communities,” said Christopher Schardt, senior general manager, Harborplace & The Gallery. “With the addition of these new food merchants, Harborplace & The Gallery is exceeding the expectations of our patrons and providing them with a wide variety of dining options.”
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