News Around MoCo…

News Around MoCo…
Word on the street is Tastee Diner in Bethesda has agreed to sell their property to Marriott for $7 million, but the owner said he has not agreed to anything…yet.

Guitar Center opens their second MoCo location at Ellsworth Place in Silver Spring this week (there’s one in Rockville).

After a delay of a few months, Nespresso has opened in Montgomery Mall.

If anyone misses the old Pizza Oven in Rockville, I was told there’s still one in Riverdale in PG County.

Sushi Chalet, one of the first sushi spots in MoCo, has closed its doors permanently (Gaithersburg).

Eulalio Tordil, the man that shot and killed two people at Montgomery Mall last year, is expected to plead guilty to murder and attempted murder.

After being closed for about 2 months, and being sued for months of unpaid rent, Quincy’s in Bethesda filed for bankruptcy earlier this month.

Addie’s, the popular restaurant that used to be located on Rockville Pike, will be returning this summer. This time it’ll be in Park Potomac.

Today is opening day for the new REI store at Pike & Rose.

The Adidas outlet has finally opened at the Clarksburg Premium Outlets.

‘Tonight Show’ host, Jimmy Fallon, matched the 13k raised by Fields Road Elementary School (Gaithersburg) after airing a clip of their Tonight Show inspired egg roulette fundraiser.


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