Virginia’s largest outlet mall, , will soon get bigger.
The store announced it would be expanding its footprint with exterior, freestanding restaurants between the AMC Potomac Mills Movie Theater and .
This will be the first Cheesecake Factory in Prince William County. A third restaurant will be announced soon, the mall public relations department said.
“Bobby’s Burger Palace offers 10 signature burgers, made with Certified Angus Beef, ground turkey or chicken breast, and a wide variety of sides including beer battered onion rings, milkshakes and more,” mall management wrote in a press release.
The mall's management said a “sophisticated courtyard” would link the restaurants to a pedestrian-friendly pathway to the Potomac Mills physical structure.
“This much anticipated revitalization will feature earthy design treatments such as River stone and decorative wood,” the press release from Potomac Mills read. “New landscaping, lighting features and updated signage will contribute to its welcoming ambience. Construction is anticipated to begin later this month.”
“These exciting new developments meet shopper demand, while adding another dimension to Potomac Mills’ unique brand of shopping,” said Mike Sullivan, general manager of Potomac Mills, in the release. “Our impressive collection of new stores paired with these strong restaurants concepts and exterior enhancements will elevate our already celebrated shopping experience and be a strong catalyst to attract more local residents and visitors from around the world.”
Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th will be relocating during the summer, introducing local shoppers to its innovative "luxury in a loft" store design. The store will move to a new front location between the mall entrance and Costco. The novel layout has been well received and set a new standard in outlet shopping, management said.
The mall commuter , in anticipation of these expansions.