Updated on 1/31 with information on the restaurant’s ABS hearing
Willie T’s Seafood Shack and BRB (be right burger) are both moving in to 9326 Georgia Avenue (joint restaurant), between Islands Tropical Ice Cream and Goldberg’s New York Bagels, in the location that was formerly home to Andy’s Restaurant (h/t @SilverSpringEats).
The dual restaurant has an ABS Hearing set on February 3rd for a “Class BD, Beer, Wine, and Liquor License, On and Off Sale for Beer and Wine and On Sale Only for Liquor, for the premises known as Willie T’s Seafood Shack-BRB which premises are located at 9326 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910.”
Willie T’s, a seafood concept from Thompson Hospitality, has recently opened as a pop-up inside of Austin Grill in Springfield, VA and a ghost kitchen out of Homewood Suites in Reston.
The restaurant serves A variety of seafood dishes, including hand-breaded fried fish sandwiches and baskets, crab cakes, lobster tails, salads, grilled fish, po boys, and more.
The full menu can be seen here.
BRB (be right burger), which currently has a location within Duller airport, will be joining Willie T’s. The restaurant offers a variety of burgers as well as hand spun milkshakes.
More information can be found on the BRB website.
The photo below, courtesy of @SilverSpringEats, shows that signage is up in the window. An opening date has not yet been provided, but construction is ongoing.
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