Sneak Peek of Call Your Mother in Pike & Rose (Grand Opening Monday, 9/20/21)

Call Your Mother, the award-winning Jew-ish deli, at Pike & Rose will open TOMORROW (Monday, September 20th). Located at 11807 Grand Park Ave. in North Bethesda, MD, the bagel shop and deli will feature homemade, signature bagels, creative sandwiches, coffee, and nostalgic pastries.

We stopped by and took some pictures of the interior and the menu for you to check out (photos at the end of this article).

“We are excited to bring our food and good vibes to the Pike and Rose neighborhood,” said Andrew Dana, co-owner and founder of Call Your Mother. “This dynamic community has long awaited our opening and we look forward to Call Your Mother being a go-to spot.”

This is Call You Mother’s fifth location in the DMV. Similar to the other shops, guests will be able to enjoy favorite menu items like the Royal Palm with cream cheese, smoked salmon, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions and capers on an everything bagel.

In addition to bagels, the deli also offers lunch sandwiches including the Latin Pastrami with pastrami, herb mayo, veggie slaw and jalapeños on rye. The menu also features a variety of pastry items like chocolate babka muffins and yeasted doughnuts.

“It is terrific to welcome this popular D.C. institution to Pike & Rose to enhance our superb food and exceptional dining destinations,” said Federal Realty’s Stuart Biel. “We are known for featuring diverse cuisines and are thrilled to provide a much-needed bagel and deli concept to the neighborhood.”

The deli will be open from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. daily. Online orders are encouraged on weekends and at busy times, and can be placed at

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