Eater DC reports that Pi Pizzeria will be closing their lone MoCo location in Bethesda by the end of this week. It lasted less than 2 years. Eater report: https://dc.eater.com/2018/1/30/16953026/pi-pizzeria-bethesda-closing
Early this morning Robert Dyer reported that Yamas Grill in Bethesda is auctioning off everything in the restaurant (http://robertdyer.blogspot.com/2018/01/yamas-grill-auctioning-off-entire.html?m=1). I called the restaurant at noon to ask if they’d be…
MoCo Based California Tortilla To Open Over 50 New Restaurants In Next 3 Years
California Tortilla currently has almost 50 restaurants in the DMV and plan to open more than 50 new restaurants in the next year to bring their total over 100, according…
UPDATE (12:15pm, 1/28/18): A reader has sent us a photo of the store already closed. This morning Robert Dyer reported that Brookstone in Montgomery Mall will be closing permanently on…
According to the @Superdrydc twitter account the British international branded clothing company, Superdry, will open their Montgomery Mall location on May 1st of this year. ”The company’s products include frequently…
Guess to be Replaced By Faith Based Clothing Chain Altar’d State in Montgomery Mall
Guess has closed in Montgomery Mall. According to the signage, It’ll be replaced by Altar’d State (a faith based clothing chain with many locations in the south and Midwest).
Bethesda Barnes & Noble Has Closed PERMANENTLY, Anthropologie and Amazon Books Coming Soon.
The Bethesda Barnes & Noble location was expected to close by the end of 2017. It lasted an extra 11 days. They shut their doors permanently when the store closed…
ABC7’s Kevin Lewis reports that a 24 year old suspect that allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in Bethesda, told police “I poked her in the butt. I thought I had…
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News Around MoCo (12/29/17 Edition)
News Around MoCo (12/29/17 Edition)Tommy Joe’s in the Kentlands is closing after a little over a year in business. Sunday’s New Year’s Eve party will be their last day. We…
Katie Ledecky becomes first Washingtonian to win AP female athlete of the year. Ledecky was born in D.C. but grew up and still resides in Bethesda. She attended Little Flower…