Photos courtesy of Cowfish Burger and Sushi Bar.
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After opening in 1997 and being home to more than 100 stores, The Summit is welcoming five additional tenants in 2017.
Starting in February, Abhi and Arhaus will open. Abhi, a restaurant next to Pottery Barn Kids, is owned by the former executive chef for Bamboo on 2nd, Abhi Sainju. According to a press release, the menu is inspired by Sainju’s Nepalese heritage and will feature Asian-inspired plates with new and fresh features.
Arhaus, originally opened in 1986 and now with 67 locations nationwide, will be near the Carmike Cinema and will be the first of its retailers in Alabama. As a 15,000-square-foot storefront, the company will offer high-quality furnishings while continuing their passion toward sustaining the Earth, according to a press release.
The Summit will also welcome Altar’d State, a fashion boutique that got its start in 2009 in Knoxville. The brand is known for its “on-trend fashion and most anticipated accessories and gifts,” a press release said, and follows its motto “to stand out for good and do its part to change the world for better through giveback campaigns.” Now with 70 stores in 22 states, Altar’d State’s 5,502-square-foot space will be opening in spring near Anthropologie.
Anthropologie is also getting an additional neighbor, Hanna Andersson. As a Swedish-inspired brand, Hanna Andersson offers children’s “omni-channel brands” and is known for its classic bold-stripe sleepwear and iconic dresses and T-shirts. Hanna Andersson also has clothing for babies and preteens, a women’s collection called Love Hanna and a home collection called Hanna Home. As their first retail space in Alabama, its 2,000-square-foot storefront will open in the summer.
The final newcomer to The Summit is restaurant The Cowfish. Founded in Charlotte, North Carolina, The Cowfish representative Gwen Poth said, “The Cowfish delivers over-the-top burgers, innovative sushi and their signature Burgushi – a fun fusion of the two.” Poth added the restaurant also offers a bento-box combination for those who can’t pick just one option. The Cowfish will open its first Alabama location this summer near Saks Fifth Avenue.
For more information, go to thesummitbirmingham.com.