3 Palms will join Cameron Mitchell Restaurants’ The Avenue, The RAM Restaurant & Brewery and Mesh Fitness.
“Our vision for Bridge Park is to create an engaging mixed-use destination unlike anything else in the marketplace,” Crawford Hoying principal Brent Crawford said in the announcement.
The 3 Palms at Bridge Park will be the brand’s third location. The initial 3 Palms opened in Hudson in 2012, and the Crocker Park restaurant in Westlake is under construction and will open later this summer, according to the announcement.
3 Palms, named after an ancient unit of measurement used by stone workers and tradesmen throughout Europe and the Mediterranean, uses a wood-burning oven to cook its Neapolitan pizzas in 90 seconds.
3 Palms is expected to open its Bridge Park location in spring 2017 and occupy 3,531 square feet of space along the west side of the Scioto River, feature an expansive outdoor patio. The restaurant is situated to provide views of the new walking bridge spanning the Scotio River and 12-acre riverfront park. In total, the restaurant will accommodate just over 100 guests and employ more than 50 new 3 Palms team members, according to the announcement.
“We are focused on building 3 Palms into a regional powerhouse,” company principal Michael Schwartz said in the announcement. “The addition of our Bridge Park location is an integral step toward accomplishing that goal. This location is reflective of our intent to align ourselves with environments and communities that care as much about the details as we do. Clearly, both Bridge Park and the City of Dublin fit that description.”