Community’s First Restaurants Coming to Windmill Station
March 7, 2018 | Around Town
Residents at Carnes Crossroads are buzzing about the first restaurants and cafes scheduled to open in our growing community. Construction is nearing completion at Windmill Station, located at the corner of 2nd Avenue and North Main Street, and the retail spaces will be ready for occupancy in time for a diverse collection of eateries to open this summer.
The largest space will house The Grill at Windmill Station, a neighborhood bar and restaurant offering salads, sandwiches, burgers and other casual fare in a setting that includes indoor and outdoor seating. Deja Brew Coffee & Cafe will serve up hot and cold beverages and snacks. There will also be a spot for dessert: Small Cakes Cupcake & Creamery, featuring baked goods and ice cream. And the Philly Pretzel Factory will be a quick stop for soft pretzels and a menu of pretzel-oriented snacks and sandwiches.
Windmill Station is a collaboration between Charleston GI, Charleston ENT & Allergy, and Low Country Rheumatology, and will house the Summerville and Goose Creek address for each of the three practices. There is also space for additional medical providers.
“With the continued growth in Berkeley County, we recognize the need to be here and we’re thrilled to find a home in Carnes Crossroads,” said Wanda Punteney, CEO of Charleston GI.
An easy walk from the neighborhoods of Carnes Crossroads, Windmill Station is shaping up to be a new gathering spot for those who live, work and go to school and church in our community. We look forward to welcoming these exciting new businesses to Carnes Crossroads this summer!