BALTIMORE — Four new vendors were added to the offerings at the newly redesigned Cross Street Market, leaving just four spaces in the venue open, said Caves Valley Partners and CANAdev, the company that is handling the redesign and running the market.
When the redesign is done, the market will hold two dozen food and beverage offerings, with the first wave of operators set to open in the spring of 2019, the companies said in a statement.
The four tenants announced Wednesday include two new adventures for Baltimore-area restaurateurs with existing properties trying out new concepts, and two local proprietors building additional locations in the new food hall.
Anna Leventis, the owner of SoBo Market and Sobo Cafe, will open a bakery called Annoula’s Kitchen. Will Glass, who previous developed the Taps Fill Station in the Mt. Vernon Marketplace, another Baltimore food hall, and The Bourse in Philadelphia, will present Cans Filling Station, another bar focused on craft beer offerings.
Duplicating versions of existing local eateries, One Poke will serve Hawaiian-style cuisine similar to it’s downtown Baltimore location, and Taco Love Grill brings a family-run taqueria to the market, similar to the company’s other offering in White Marsh.
Additional vendors will be announced later this winter, Caves Valley Partners and CANAdev said. Of the 12 vendors already signed on, half are minority- or and/or women-owned.
The initial slate of restaurants and purveyors include:
- Fenwick’s Choice Meats
- Steve’s Lunch
- The Sweet Shoppe
- Burger Bar
- Ceremony Coffee
- Rice Crook