Beer Bar ‘Cans Filling Station’ Closes at Cross Street Market

| February 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

Beer bar Cans Filling Station closed at Cross Street Market. Cans, which was an original tenant of the redeveloped Cross Street Market when it opened in 2019, had its last day of business on Sunday.

Cans owner Will Glass also owns Taps Fill Station at Mount Vernon Marketplace.

Cans posted the following on its Facebook page:

Come help us drink em dry and cheers to the death of another small business. If you miss us this weekend come by @tapsfillstation to show support.

Caves Valley Partners (CVP) is the controlling partner of Cross Street Market. CVP Partner Arsh Mirmiran told they will look to find another beer stall to take over the space.

There are currently seven vacant stalls in the market including the larger spaces vacated by Rooster & Hen and Cans. In the past year and a half, vendors Annoula’s Greek Kitchen, Ono Poké, PhubsRice Crook, Rooster & Hen, Royal Farms Chicken, Southrn’ Spice, and Cans Filling Station have closed at Cross Street Market. New concepts added in that period of time include The Chicken Lab, Blowfish PokeWatershed, Atlas Fish Market, and Crepe Crazy.

Mirmiran told an empanada concept is coming to the former Ono Poké space. He also said discussions are underway for an Egyptian concept, as well as for a group of local radio stations to occupy one of the stalls.

It was announced today that Atlas Restaurant Group, which owns Watershed and Atlas Fish Market at Cross Street Market, will take on a larger role in the operations and marketing of the market.

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