Anchored by Whole Foods and the regional headquarters of SunTrust Bank, Sharon Square is a truly walkable community with impeccable dining, residences and commerce all in a setting that is easily accessible and utterly alluring.

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A Variety of Chef-Driven Concepts
Sharon Square features many specialty restaurants including Dogwood Southern Table, a Dresslers restaurant; Corkbuzz, a New York restaurant and wine bar; and Rusty Bucket, an All- American grill. Joining this collection in 2017 in the first floor of the SunTrust Building will be Oak Steakhouse, an esteemed restaurant recently recognized as the top steakhouse in all of South Carolina. In addition to its delectable dishes, Oak will offer a variety of venues for dining including outdoor seating and private dining rooms.

At Sharon Square parking options are numerous including valet and ground level parking and spacious easily navigated parking decks.


Brewing in 2017...

Now under construction and opening later this spring, this Starbucks will not be your ordinary Starbucks. Offering a two-story mezzanine and outdoor seating Sharon Square’s Starbucks will serve craft beer and wine in addition to its storied lines of coffees, teas, breakfast fare and other treats.



Livin’ the Bucket Life...

The Rusty Bucket is a restaurant and tavern that takes great pride in crafting all they plate and pour. Serving it all with genuine joy and hospitality makes regulars out of parents, kids, grandparents, singles and couples. This restaurant brings Sharon Square a “meet you there” neighborhood necessity; a cool place always delivering a warm welcome and comfort food for all.

To learn more about the Rusty Bucket, click here.


Dressler’s Dogwood...

Dogwood, a Dressler’s restaurant, offers something different from existing SouthPark restaurants. Dogwood’s menu features familiar items such as fried green tomatoes, corn and butter bean succotash, N.C. shrimp and grits and slow-braised beef brisket, ribs and prime rib. A beverage program offers specialties such as Cheerwine in glass bottles, French press coffee and infused drinks from blends made in-house. Dogwood offers locally sourced items from produce to beer. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, with brunch served on weekends.

To learn more about Dogwood and check out their menu, click here.


Manhattan to Charlotte...

Corkbuzz Restaurant and Wine Bar, owned by Master Sommelier Laura Maniec, is many things: a wine bar, where you can meet with friends and make new ones; a wine-centric restaurant, where wine lovers come together to share their common enthusiasm for wine; a home base for wine education, where you can take fun classes to help you understand what you like in a wine or more in-depth classes which can provide you with the knowledge to pursue a career in wine and an event space, where wine dinners and parties encourage new conversations and relationships.

To learn more about Corkbuzz and check out their menu, click here.

COMING SOON: Oak Steakhouse

Oak Steakhouse, an iconic Charleston favorite, will be joining an already impressive lineup in Sharon Square this coming year. Queen city foodies can anticipate wet and dry aged certified Angus beef selections, fresh seafood, locally and sustainably sourced produce and house made pastas. Located on the ground floor of the SunTrust Building, this addition to Sharon Square is sure to impress.

To learn more about Oak Steakhouse (Charleston Location) and check out their menu, click here.

For more information on the food and beverage opportunities contact Brian Roth at Pappas Properties, broth@pappasproperties.com or call 704.716.3910.
News & Updates
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Charleston steakhouse opening location in SouthPark

A Charleston-based steakhouse plans to open a Charlotte location next spring in the Sharon Square mixed-use development.

Oak Steakhouse has leased a 5,219 square-foot location at Sharon Square, developed by Pappas Properties and Allen Tate Company. The restaurant will be in the SunTrust building, fronting Sharon Road. The development includes a Whole Foods, other shops and restaurants and the Solis Sharon Square apartments.

“Oak is exactly what we had envisioned for the SunTrust building,” said Brian Roth, vice president of marketing for Pappas, in a statement. The developers held the spot open for a long time, looking for the right tenant. Sharon Square’s retail space is now more than 90 percent leased, and a two-story Starbucks location should begin construction soon.

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