Bagby Group expanding to Towson, will open Cunningham Kitchen in Towson City Center

November 01, 2011|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

On the eve of Ten Ten's opening, the Bagby Group has been announced as one of the tenants for Towson City Center, a $27 million building planned for Towson Circle.

The Bagby Group intends to open a "farm-to-table white tablecloth restaurant" named Cunningham Kitchen in the $27 million building, formerly the Investment Building. Towson University will be moving its College of Health Professions centers to the Towson City Center building, an announcement from the county executive’s office said. The university's radio station, WTMD, also is in negotiations to occupy part of Towson City Center.

Ten Ten is the first of two restaurants promised from David Smith's Bagby Group, owners of the popular Bagby Pizza. Christopher Becker, formerly of the Wine Market, and Mark Davis have both been announced as executive chefs for both Ten Ten and Fleet Street Kitchen, the farm-to-table restaurant opening next year.


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