Two New Fast-Casual Restaurants Coming To York Road
TOWSON - Two new fast-casual restaurants are coming to York Road over the next few months.
Tacos Way Hunt Valley is scheduled to open a new 2,495-square-foot location at Yorkridge Center North at 10540 York Road in December. Quickway Japanese Hibachi intends to open early next year within Yorkridge Center South at 1830 York Road.
Bill Holzman, Vice President of Retail Leasing for St. John Properties, represented the landlord in both leases. Holzman says these types of restaurants are underrepresented in Baltimore County.
“Mexican and Japanese-inspired food are two of the fastest-growing restaurant segments in the country, and both categories remain underserved in this section of Baltimore County,” Holzman said.
According to a Tacos Way Hunt Valley representative, the restaurant will be configured as a “taqueria” and serve a variety of quesadillas, tacos, taco salads, and other Mexican-food specialties and will employ approximately ten employees. Overlooking York Road in the Cockeysville/Hunt Valley area of Baltimore County, 1830 York Road is a building containing nearly 10,000 square feet of inline retail space.
Quickway Japanese Hibachi will utilize a cooking style in which food items, including steak, chicken, seafood, and vegetables, are cooked in a large, open bowl and seasoned with teriyaki and other specialty sauces. Yorkridge Center South is part of a three-building mixed-use business community containing more than 101,000 square feet of flex/R&D and retail space.
Holzman expects big lunchtime crowds for these new restaurants, given the high demand along York Road.
“These uses provide new lunchtime options for our business tenants and the surrounding community, which are constantly seeking high-quality and convenient restaurant choices along the York Road corridor.”
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