Rockville-Based Silver Diner to Open First Baltimore County Location

by MCS Staff

The Avenue at White Marsh, a popular destination for many in Baltimore County, has announced that Silver Diner will be opening its first Baltimore County location at the shopping center. Silver Diner will be taking over the corner space adjacent to Barnes & Noble. Barnes & Noble, one of the original tenants at the shopping center,  has been temporarily closed for renovations since August with plans to reopen in early 2023.

In addition to being Baltimore County’s first Silver Diner location, the 8,125 SF restaurant will also be the 23rd overall restaurant for the company that recently opened its first DC location and has over 20 additional restaurants across Maryland and Virginia (with one in Cherry Hill, NJ).

Silver Diner opened its first restaurant in Montgomery County back in 1989. Co-founder/CEO Robert Giaimo and partner/executive chef Ype Von Hengst opened the first Silver Diner in Rockville in 1989. The duo visited over 500 diners across the country to prepare for the opening of Silver Diner, which was located in Mid-Pike Plaza, where Pike & Rose stands today. The Rockville location later moved to Federal Plaza, in the location that was previously home to Bennigan’s, where it remains today. The Rio location in Gaithersburg, which opened a couple years back, is currently renovating its patio to be able to accommodate customers in any kind of weather.

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Ilana Halem November 16, 2022 - 7:40 am

Silver Diner had a location in Towson at the Towson Town Center back in the 1990’s and closed in 2001.
https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/stories/2001/11/19/daily1.html
https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-1992-08-31-1992244015-story.html

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