Bullhead Pit Beef to Open a Stall at Cross Street Market

| February 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

Caves Valley Partners (CVP) and CANAdev today announced that Bullhead Pit Beef will open a stall at Cross Street Market. Bullhead will occupy 280SF on the western side of Cross Street Market between Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar and Phubs.

Owner Larry Jackson started Bullhead Pit Beef in 2010 with a grill and a pickup truck. By 2015, he had grown the brand into a food truck and has partnered with Columbia’s Hysteria Brewing Company ever since. Voted Howard County’s Best Food Truck in 2019, Bullhead will continue to operate its food truck at Hysteria and at special events around the state. Bullhead’s stall in Cross Street Market will be their first brick-and-mortar location.

Bullhead’s menu will feature pit beef, pit turkey, pulled pork, pulled brisket and garlic fries. Stall construction will start soon as Bullhead hopes to open before Orioles Opening Day.

“Cross Street Market is thrilled to welcome Bullhead Pit Beef, adding to our roster of Baltimore’s quintessential foods in a quintessential market setting,” said Arsh Mirmiran, Partner at Caves Valley Partners in a press release. “With the addition of pit beef, we now have almost every iconic Baltimore food covered: steamed crabs, crab cakes and rockfish at Atlas Restaurant Group’s Watershed; fried chicken boxes at Royal Farms Chicken; Berger Cookies and Taharka Brothers ice cream at The Sweet Shoppe; local corn and tomatoes at Rooster & Hen; locally brewed beers at Cans Filling Station; and locally-distilled Old Line Spirits, at Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar. We also anticipate announcing the proverbial ‘cherry on top’ of the sundae this spring, although everyone knows Baltimore isn’t best known for sundaes…”

Four stalls are currently empty at Cross Street Market. Of these, one will be taken by Bullhead, two will be occupied by businesses that have not yet been announced, and one remains available for lease.

Cross Street Market underwent an $8.5-million redevelopment by CSM Ventures, LLC, a partnership between Caves Valley Partners (CVP) and CANAdev, with property management and construction by MacKenzie Management. Renovations began in April 2018 and the market started to reopen in May 2019.

Vendors currently operating include legacy merchants Fenwick’s Choice Meats, Steve’s Lunch and The Sweet Shoppe, as well as 14 new vendors: Annoula’s Kitchen, Cans Filling Station, Ceremony Coffee, Fenwick’s Choice Meats, Gangster Vegan, Ono Poke, Phubs, Pizza di Joey, Rice Crook, Rooster and Hen, Royal Farms Chicken, Sobeachy, Southside Burger Bar and Taco Love Grill. Atlas Restaurant Group is on track to open Watershed, a full-service seafood restaurant complete with a rooftop crab deck, as well as their fresh seafood stall and raw bar this summer.

Read SouthBMore.com’s articles detailing the different aspects of the Cross Street Market redevelopment here.

Photos courtesy of Cross Street Market 

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