SouthPark has announced that it will introduce Gusto Farm to Street and INDOCHINO to its ever-evolving selection of dining and retail options this spring. This news follows the recent announcement of Palmetto Moon, The Athlete’s Foot and American Eagle, also coming soon to the center.
“Spring is right around the corner at SouthPark, bringing several exceptional brands with it,” said Holly Roberson, director of marketing and business for the shopping center. “With the addition of thoughtfully crafted entrees at Gusto Farm to Street and INDOCHINO’s skillfully customized suits, our shoppers will now have even more options when visiting our center.”
Gusto Farm to Street, a farm-to-table concept offering healthy grains and greens, hormone and antibiotic free meats and fresh, locally sourced produce, is set to add a new touch of versatility to SouthPark’s impressive dining options this spring. Also arriving on the food scene is Bulla Gastrobar, a Madrid-inspired tapas restaurant, set to stir the senses and stimulate the appetite this March in the Village at SouthPark.
Set to open this spring, INDOCHINO specializes in making made to measure menswear of exceptional quality and incredible value. The custom suit brand crafts each garment to clients’ exact measurements and delivers in three weeks or less. All of Charlotte’s suiting needs can be met at this 3,000 square-foot store, located in the located in the Neiman Marcus wing near Tory Burch.
SouthPark, a Simon center, is a Charlotte landmark located in the upscale district named for the shopping destination. Originally developed in 1970, it is the largest shopping mall between Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Anchored by Nordstrom, Belk, Dillard’s, Macy’s and Neiman Marcus, SouthPark offerings range from luxury fashion, such as Burberry and Louis Vuitton, to casual staples, like J. Crew and Tommy Bahama. Six full-service restaurants, a Dining Pavilion, Symphony Park and a beautiful outdoor amphitheater make the area a popular dining and entertainment destination. Symphony Park at SouthPark is the summer home for the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra with a concert series every Sunday during June. It is also home to a number of charitable events and festivals. In addition, shoppers are offered even more choices at The Village, which comprises 48,000 square feet of specialty retail. This concept of retail, dining and residential represents a unique lifestyle in the area, further enhancing the mall and village as one of the Southeast’s premier destinations. SouthPark’s 2,000 square foot play area, is located outdoors in West Plaza and is an ideal amenity for families to enjoy in between shopping and dining.