Restaurateurs Andy Lock and Domhnall Molloy will be adding a third location of their popular Third Street Social restaurant in the Northland.
The restaurant, known for its classic American burgers and comfort food, will occupy a seven thousand-square-foot space as the anchor of Woodstone, a $60 million luxury apartment and mixed-use project within the Metro North Crossing development. A late-fall 2023 opening is planned.
The first location opened in downtown Lee’s Summit in the seventy-year-old historic Arnold Hall building, where former President Harry S. Truman first announced his political ambitions. The street serves as the source of the restaurant’s name, combined with social in reference to the chef-driven social dining experience and large, lively bar.
The restaurant expanded south of the Country Club Plaza to another historic building in 2021.
Metro North Crossing is a notable development in the Northland on the former site of the Metro North Mall. Previously announced and already open are Hawaiian Brothers Island Grill and Whataburger. The partners in Metro North Crossing also own and developed T-Shotz, a fifty-two thousand-square-foot golf entertainment venue that opened there in 2020.