“We’re pleased to offer these food options to downtown workers, residents and visitors,” said Scott Johnson, partner in McConnell Johnson Real Estate, property manager of Hercules.
Tenants and guests at Hercules will be able to enjoy open-seat dining while they eat breakfast or lunch in the 12-story atrium.
The Hercules location will be the second in Wilmington for Bain’s Deli, which was founded in Philadelphia. Its other Wilmington location is at 225 Market St.
Dunkin’ Donuts, which has more than 10,500 stores worldwide, is the world’s largest baked goods and coffee chain, serving more than 5 million customers per day.
Salad Master will offer a menu of fresh salads, wraps and platters, including a “make it your own” option, at its first Wilmington location.
In addition to the new tenants in the food court, Brownstone Financial Services Group has moved into Hercules as well. Brownstone, with an office on the third floor, provides accounting and professional advisory services to mid-market companies.