A Staks Pancake Kitchen is coming to Southaven’s giant new mixed-use development.
Construction is to start next month on the breakfast/lunch restaurant, which is to open this spring. Staks will be on the ground floor of one of Silo Square’s mixed-use buildings that house businesses on the ground floor and apartments above.
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The 228-acre development will be the third location for Staks, which opened its first restaurant in East Memphis’ Laurelwood Collection five years ago, and a second one at Germantown’s Village Square shopping center.
Silo Square is on Getwell Road, a mile south of Goodman Road and across Getwell from Snowden Grove.
“We couldn’t have asked for a better spot to expand Staks’ footprint,” Staks owner Brice Bailey said in a release. “The Silo Square is going to be a game-changing development for Southaven, and we look forward to bringing our high-quality, locally sourced breakfast and lunch offerings to the scene.”
Staks offers an array of different pancakes, including ones called Elvis, Cinnamon Roll and Oreo Praline. The fast-casual diner of comfort food also offers create-your-own omelets and other breakfast staples as well as items like Breakfast Quesadilla and Shrimp N Grits.
The restaurant will be open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Staks Pancake Kitchen will occupy space on the ground floor of one of Silo Square’s mixed-use buildings.
Customers order at the counter and a server brings the food to the table. Diners can opt to sit in an “interactive griddle table,” where they can make their own pancakes.
So far, other types of businesses coming to Silo Square will be four to six other restaurants, half a dozen boutiques, investment firms, a mortgage company and a law office.
“Staks Pancake Kitchen is the perfect addition to our growing roster of tenants,” Silo Square owner/developer Brian Hill said in a prepared statement.
“This area is meant to be a hub for local businesses, so the partnership just made sense,” he said. “I feel this is exactly the kind of family-owned establishment that Southaven residents will love.”
Silo Square is to comprise 13 mixed-use buildings, 305 single-family housing lots, six retail outparcels, a bank outparcel, two hotel sites, three office buildings, a 2.6-acre farmer’s market, 10 acres of apartments, and 64 acres of green space.