Flanagan’s Harp & Fiddle Announces it’ll Close After 35 Years

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Flanagan’s Harp & Fiddle Announces it’ll Close After 35 Years

Stephen and Jenny Nugent, the owners of Flanagan’s Harp & Fiddle, told ABC7 that they’ll be closing permanently due to the restrictions placed on local businesses in response to the COVID pandemic.

The restaurant and live music venue has been in Bethesda for 35 years (previously on Woodmont and Old Georgetown and in its current location on Cordell for 15 years).

Featured image courtesy of Harp & Fiddle

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3 Comments on "Flanagan’s Harp & Fiddle Announces it’ll Close After 35 Years"

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  2. A very sad day for Bethesda!!! Steve and Jenny we love you!!

  3. Thanks Marc Elrich for killing small business you Buffoon

  4. Uh, you’re blaming Marc Elrich? We’re in the midst of a pandemic, and most people are sensibly avoiding gathering in restaurants and bars. It’s VERY unfortunate for business owners, and, sadly, more local businesses are likely to close. If you feel the need to “assign blame,” look no further than 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW!

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