“We love the sense of community Plantation offers. I grew up going to school out here and so have our kids,” says Lisa, who nine years ago opened their funky original in the Riverside Park neighborhood with a secluded feel. “The space takes on the same warm and rustic vibe as our other locations combined with a few modern details, including high ceiling and exposed ductwork. Think hipster meets boatyard.”
Other elements are lounge seating, a bar, terrazzo flooring, wood tables with steel chairs, barrel high-top tables, sidewalk seating and offbeat items donated by customers: a kayak, fireman’s gear, a surfboard and a World War 1 stretcher.
Bottle cap-lined, self-serve beer coolers beckon with more than 600 craft beers (plus 24 on tap).
Gastropub fare includes a breakfast sandwich ($5), four flavors of hummus made from a family recipe ($6, $10), Caprese salad ($8), chicken wings ($8), Carolina pulled pork sandwich ($8), crispy mahi tacos ($10), margherita pizza ($10, $15) and a variety of cookies ($2), such as red velvet.