New Towson Square Restaurants Announced

Four new restaurants at the $85 million project were announced on Thursday.

Four new restaurants opening at the planned Towson Square were announced on Thursday.

Bobby’s Burger Palace, Bonefish Grill, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse and Hanabi Japanese Restaurant will be part of the $85 million project on Joppa Road between Delaware and Virginia avenues, according to a news release.

"Towson Square is bringing quality entertainment and new international restaurant choices to the lively transformation of downtown Towson," Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said in a news release. "It is truly Towson's time. Over $770 million in new offices, luxury apartments, shops and restaurants are completed, under construction or in development in downtown Towson." 

The Towson Square shopping center will also feature a 15-screen Cinemark theater, Nando’s Peri-Peri and On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina.  

Restaurant descriptions:

Bobby's Burger Palace (new to Baltimore County)

Chef Bobby Flay's fast casual burger concept, "BBP" features ten signature burgers inspired by the award-winning chef's extensive travels throughout America.

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse (new to Maryland)

BJ's first Maryland restaurant features signature deep-dish pizza, award-winning handcrafted beer, and famous Pizookie® dessert. BJ's highly detailed, contemporary décor creates a high energy, fun and family-friendly dining environment.

Bonefish Grill (a Baltimore County favorite)

Bonefish Grill specializes in market-fresh fish and other wood-grilled specialties combined with a big-city bar that offers fresh cocktails and an affordable, interesting wine list.

Hanabi Japanese Restaurant (new to the Baltimore region)

A traditional Japanese steakhouse featuring quality, fresh ingredients prepared teppanyaki-style on the hibachi grill.

Freddy October 11, 2013 at 09:20 AM
Congrats Towson. Hey KK what about the rest of the county Dundalk, Essex, Arbutus as well as many other deprived areas seeking upper quality living? Oh that right it will be big news when these areas top the most section 8 home numbers and the opening of Lake Trout restaurants.
Roger October 11, 2013 at 09:31 AM
It's like Jesse James said "that's where the money is". KK and his developer buds go where the most money is to grab as much as possible as fast as possible. They will continue to sell off our public assets and approve ugly monstrosities without regard to public need. Your concern falls on deaf ears. Remember his ugly campaign accusing Mr. Bartenfelder of hating the Chesapeake Bay? Go look at the largest construction sites in Towson and see all the mud washing into the streams. I am sure it is coincidence that lax enforcement of KK's developer friends is fouling our Bay as we speak.
Concerned Citizen October 11, 2013 at 11:19 AM
Come on Freddy, Dundalk has captain Harvey's what more could you want. Plus, every time the county tries to do something in Dundalk they protest
Freddy October 11, 2013 at 02:14 PM
The Captain is dead and has been for many years. Once a landmark site has been bought out countless times and the quality sucks. I remember for lunch or dinner you had to stand in a line out the door just to get your food. As far as the protesters they only see what's in front of them right now and the not the bigger picture of the end game. All they complain about is the loss of open space but Dundalk has tons of open space that's never or barely used.
Concerned Citizen October 11, 2013 at 02:43 PM
Captain Harvey's was a bad attempt at sarcasm. You are so right on the short sightedness. I think it's just a few blowhards screwing the whole area up.


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