After years of planning and construction, local developers Elliott Close and Colby Mosier have successfully converted an historic pump house along the Catawba River into destination dining along the river.
The duo used the building’s massive foundation and walls to support steel beams that suspend a second, third and fourth floor. They also turned the roof into a Rooftop Bar with breathtaking views of the Catawba River.
To celebrate the area’s rich history, ceilings are wrought from salvaged textile mill wood while restaurant tables were handcrafted locally. The same attention to detail can be found in the two-story wine storage cabinet that holds more than 900 bottles and industrial-inspired beer taps that serve 12 craft beers from around the Carolinas.
The new American menu features fresh ingredients prepared by accomplished local chefs. Favorites like Steak Burger Sliders and Shrimp & Grits share space on the menu alongside tapas and vegetarian dishes.
Currently open for dinner service, The Pump House will offer lunch this May with an option to dine in the rooftop bar area for a more casual experience.
In addition to the Main Dining Area and Rooftop Bar, The Catawba River Room is a cozy, private dining area perfect for special occasions. From rehearsal dinners to birthday parties to corporate events, the elegantly appointed area offers stunning views of the river and a hassle-free banquet menu for large groups.
Contact Sales & Marketing Manager, Sharen DuBard, at (803) 329-8888 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
575 Herrons Ferry Rd, Rock Hill, SC 29730
Main Dining Room
Fri & Sat 5pm–11pm