After nine years, Quincy’s South at 11401 Woodglen Dr in Rockville will be closing on March 31. The restaurant is currently looking for a new location as the current building is going to be redeveloped by its landlords. Drew Gardner, who is in the running for Maryland bartender of the year, will be the new General Manager and managing partner when the restaurant reopens. After 3/31, Gardner will be at Quincy’s Potomac (1093 Seven Locks Rd) until a new location is found for Quincy’s South.
We’ve also received many questions about Quincy’s opening a location at the space that was home to China Gourmet in Kensington, but have been told that the sports bar/restaurant opening there is not associated with Quincy’s. China Gourmet closed back in December after 35 years in business. Signage at Quincy’s South reads:
“THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES!
It’s been a great 9 years! We have made so many friends that have become family to us for life. It’s with sadness the time has come for the landlord to redevelop the building. Our last day will be 3/31.
Please come out and support the BEST staff that has taken care of you the last 9 years as we continue to search for our new home. Please visit our sister restaurant, Quincy’s Potomac, a short 3 miles down the road which has all your favorite events like Bingo. Trivia, Family Feud, Karaoke, and 35 TVS.”
Moco Nights first reported that Quincy’s South would be closing by 3/31.