TWF Burgers has snapped up space for its first restaurant.
Plans call for a 2,500-square-foot location at Gold Hill Crossing. That project is located at the intersection of Gold Hill Road and S.C. Highway 49.
TWF Burgers is the latest concept for James Rivenbark’s Jars Hospitality. He’s also co-founder of The Office Craft Bar & Kitchen in Indian Land and Blue Smokehouse in Fort Mill.
TWF is expected to open in early 2022.
Expect that restaurant to offer a simple menu built around old-school burgers as well as chicken tenders, wings and several fry options. Hand-spun milkshakes will be available — with a boozy version for adults.
Rivenbark says that idea came to the forefront during the pandemic.
“There’s no better time than the present,” he says. “No matter what goes on, people eat that stuff.”
He plans to invest less than $1 million into that space. Expect a family-friendly and upbeat atmosphere.
“There’s a lot of challenges in the hospitality world, but it’s still the same formula for success — food, drinks, environment.”
D3 Studio is the architect on the project. Gais is the general contractor. Robbie Adams of MPV Properties represented the landlord on the lease transaction.