Brian Lindsey will serve as the head chef of the new restaurant, which will have “an emphasis on shared plates,” according to a news release.
"We are thrilled to have a successful restaurateur like Rick Erwin as our partner," Geordy Johnson, CEO of Johnson Management, which owns the AC Hotel, said in the release. "Level 10 will be a differentiated amenity for our guests, and will create a community space for visitors and locals to mingle. As we continue to see more restaurant and nightlife options downtown, we're seeing Spartanburg recognized as a defined entertainment destination, and we're excited to add to the burgeoning downtown culinary scene in a unique way."
The AC Hotel will have nine floors, with Level 10 on the rooftop. The hotel includes 2,000 square feet of flex meeting space and is expected to open in the fall. It is being operated by OTO Development.
“Downtown is becoming a magnet for entertainment, and Level 10 will offer an experience unique in the state,” said OTO Development CEO Corry Oakes. “Level 10 will be a perfect spot for rooftop drinks with friends, a romantic dinner for two, or a group gathering with unparalleled views in Spartanburg. The drinks and food will celebrate culinary exploration, putting a modern twist on local ingredients.”