The cheesesteak egg rolls, hand cut sweet potato fries, soft pretzel sticks, and Vienna Red Lager residents of the Delaware Valley have enjoyed for 20 years are headed to Greenville this spring.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant has announced its first Southern location for 741 Haywood Road in Greenville, in the former Don Pablo’s location next to Barnes & Noble and across from Haywood Mall.
Founded by brewers Kevin Finn, Mark Edelson, and restaurateur Kevin Davies in Newark, De., in 1996, the company has signed a lease for the building that has sat vacant since Don Pablo’s closed in February 2016. Iron Hill Greenville will be the first location in the Carolinas region.
“The Carolinas continue to be a hotbed of activity for the craft beer industry with Greenville as one of the more prominent cities within that fold,” Finn says. “Our team is thrilled to become part of this vibrant community and assist with its growth through new jobs and a new place to enjoy great food, great beer and each other. Our simple philosophy of pairing our craft menu items with our made from scratch beer has made us a compelling force in the hospitality industry for over two decades. We look forward to bringing our trademark hospitality to Greenville and to raising a pint with our newly expanded family.”
The more than 7,500-square-foot space was designed by Boulder, Co.-based Bray Architecture and will include an on-site brewing facility with a seating capacity of 250 including a bar area and outdoor space.
Named after the historic Revolutionary War landmark in Delaware, where General George Washington battled the British, Iron Hill grew from one restaurant and brewery to 13 locations up and down the East Coast, including Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and now South Carolina. Each brewery/restaurant has its own craft kitchen and scratch brewery and works to change overall perceptions about brewpubs by being a friendly atmosphere for all age groups.