Roti in Pike & Rose Has Permanently Closed

Roti in Pike & Rose Has Permanently Closed

A little while back, we let you know that Roti, a fast casual Mediterranean restaurant, was listed as temporarily closed in Pike & Rose. (At that time, their Chevy Chase location was listed as temporarily closed too.)

Last night, we learned that Roti’s signage for their Pike & Rose location had been taken down and their windows have been blacked out.

We spoke to a representative this morning, they unfortunately confirmed that their Pike & Rose location is closed for good.

The representative shared that they plan to reopen their Chevy Chase location on March 2.

Roti’s Pike & Rose location first opened in early 2015, during the first phase of the area’s development.

Roti is best known for serving customizable pita wraps and bowls with Mediterranean flair.  The chain, headquartered in Chicago,  currently has two locations in DC that are open at this time.

By: Michelle Katz @pike.and.rozay

 

 

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Michelle Katz
Michelle Katz has lived in MoCo for most of her life– she was born and raised in the Gaithersburg area and now lives in Rockville. ⁣ ⁣ She is currently a high school art teacher in MCPS. In addition to teaching and working at the MoCoShow, Michelle also runs a local instagram account, @pike.and.rozay, where she features food photography from restaurants in Pike & Rose and the surrounding area. ⁣ ⁣ She is passionate about supporting local businesses and enjoys the opportunity to help keep everyone in the MoCo community informed.

3 Comments on "Roti in Pike & Rose Has Permanently Closed"

  1. Sorry to see this location go, they were great with customer service, unlike the Chevy Chase location which on several visits was horrible. The staff repeatedly acted like high school kids on a play ground, and were inattentive to what their customers were ordering.

  2. I remember being wowed by Roti in 2011 as a wonderful Mediterranean spinoff to the Chipotle model. Then Cava came along and never went back.

  3. How odd that a fast casual place would temp close during the pandemic. Presumably they would have been well set up for the shift to takeout/delivery business.

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