Choate has also completed work at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
Bakery & Cafe: This buildout spans two levels, the main level consisting of the dining and cafe areas complete with community tables, while a lower level contains only below slab-on-deck utility rough-ins. Back-of-house space includes multi-basin and hand-wash sinks, reach-in coolers and freezers, as well as dry storage rack and a mob sink.
Kiosk: The coffee and bakery kiosk offers patrons a smaller selection of the delectable menu found within the larger restaurant space, such as an assortment of freshly baked pastries, espresso drinks, gourmet bite-to-eat plates, salads, sandwiches and packaged snacks.
The eclectic new space for Desano’s involved the fast-track buildout of two floors. The main level, which includes the kitchen and dining areas, is stunningly wrapped with thin brick tile, large mural paintings and graphics with finishes unique to the DeSano image. A suspended wood ceiling, custom lighting, two stone hearth pizza ovens, pick-up counter, and dining areas complete the space. The second, lower level contains a walk-in cooler, beer kegs, ice machines, grease trap, water heater, dry storage racks, reach-in freezer, and bulk C02 tanks.
The distinctively designed casual dining concept is selected by CHS food and beverage management company Delaware North Co. for its home-style, laid-back appeal and the international recognition of the Nicklaus name. The design of Golden Bear Grill features a tailored, warm blend of wood, stone, and refined details throughout.
Concourse A receives a familiar name to its endless options for appetizing food and beverages. Samuel Adams Charleston Brewhouse consists of 732 SF of bar, dining, and back-of-house kitchen and prep space.
To complement the famous Sam Adams wooden barrels, wooden bar stools, dining chairs, Pasadena oak table tops, and dark walnut lounge tables pay homage to the famous brand name. The entryway includes existing columns surrounded by exposed brick and concrete counter tops covered with oak-strip paneling. The ceiling is layered with down lights and pendant lights draped overhead, while various barrel art signs line the surrounding painted brick walls. The bar does not disappoint with exposed brick and overhead decorative ceiling tile.
The fast-tracked upfit of Charleston mainstay, Charleston Beer Works, within Concourse A welcomes travelers with a choice of 30 different thirst-quenching beers. A full menu of spirits, wine, and food are available in a laid-back, casual atmosphere with warm, earthy tones.
Kiosk: Located in the Central Marketplace, Caviar & Bananas adds a second location to CHS, the Gourmet Market Kiosk.
Quick Service Shop: Caviar & Bananas serves up its delicious selections of made-to-order and design-your-own sandwiches, salads, and breakfasts along with baked goods and pastries.
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With the rising number of applications for admission, this multi-phase campus project occupies 13 acres of property and creates enough space to accommodate 250 students.