Silo Falls to Feed National Guard, Temporarily Stops Regular Service

by Patrick Herron

Silo Falls to Feed National Guard, Temporarily Stops Regular Service

Silo Falls, located at 19501 Georgia Ave in Brookeville, will be closed to the public for the next 30 days as the restaurant focuses on feeding the National Guard.

The Manor at Silo Falls opened in 2018, replacing the Inn at Brookeville Farms.

Silo Falls posted the following on their social media pages:

The staff and management team would like to thank our customers for their continued support during the pandemic. Your patronage and friendship have kept us going for the past ten months.

We have recently received a 30-day contract to feed the Maryland National Guard lunch and dinner. Fulfilling this contract means that we will not offer regular service during this time.

The contract will allow our staff to continue working. We look forward to resuming socially distanced, safe service in 30 days. We sincerely hope you understand and support this decision.

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Allie January 26, 2021 - 12:48 pm

Of course we understand and support such an important endeavor! Some DC vendor fed the troops granola bars, an apple and a Capri Sun for lunch yesterday. Our precious troops deserve better than day care snacks for a meal.

Your sales will increase when you reopen. Bless the National Guard!

Another Democrat Indignity.. – Military Veterans of Disqus January 27, 2021 - 12:30 pm

[…] lunch, and dinner, with a 30-day window, really go that cheap?  Here’s an example of a Maryland restaurant that got a National Guard food contract — the food they serve looks quite […]


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