New restaurant coming to Midtown Row in Williamsburg

Midtown Row is excited to announce the signing of a new lease with Bonanza Social Kitchen, an Asian and Pacific influenced food hall. They’ll be occupying approximately 2,900 SF between Great Clips and Fedex, at the former Monticello Shopping Center. Bonanza Social Kitchen will feature specialty items at four separate counters, including coffee items and a full service bar– think poke, Mai Thai’s and Korean triple fried chicken.

The owner, a Williamsburg resident, was inspired by similar concepts like The Block, in Annandale, VA and The Spot, in Rockville ,MD, two very successful food halls. An opening date is not set, but they are targeting Spring 2019.

One of Broad Street’s key goals is to bring experiential retail to Midtown Row. We see a movement in which people want more than just good food and service – they want to try new things, mix and match items, have more options, and ultimately customize their experience. Bonanza Social Kitchen will bring a unique dining experience to the Williamsburg market, and we’re thrilled to have them!

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