South Point Unlikely to Open its Waterfront Bar this Summer

| March 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

It is unlikely South Point, Port Covington’s seasonal outdoor pop-up bar at West Covington Park, will open for the second straight year. South Point, which was open in 2018 and 2019, halted its bar and event operations last year because of COVID-19.

In a statement, The Port Covington Development Team said: “We hope to have some events at some point on the waterfront in Port Covington, predicated upon guidance from the CDC and local and state government, but it is unlikely that the business operation of South Point will be open this calendar year.”

West Covington Park, which is owned by The Port Covington Development Team, is currently open to the public. It includes paths and green spaces, as well as beach volleyball courts which are currently not set up.

Also along the waterfront in Port Covington are Nick’s Fish House, Sagamore Spirit, and Rye Street Tavern, which have all been open.

The Port Covington Development Team recently started vertical construction on Chapter 1B of its 235-acre, $5.5-billion, multi-decade Port Covington development.

Photos of South Point from 2019

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