8407 Kitchen Bar Closing Next Week in Silver Spring

Restaurant prides itself in charcuterie and cocktails


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8407 Kitchen Bar opened in 2010 in Silver Spring.

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The downtown Silver Spring restaurant 8407 Kitchen Bar will close next week, its general manager said Thursday.

The restaurant—at 8407 Ramsey Ave. near the Metro station—will serve its last guests on Oct. 21, General Manager Constance Gabriel said.

“We’ve had a good run,” she said. “We’ve been open since April 2010 and it’s just time for new ventures.”

Local news blog Source of the Spring first reported the news of the closing and suggested that another unnamed restaurant group would take over the space.

Gabriel said she would not elaborate on the reasons for the closing.

The restaurant features small plates, sandwiches, salads and entrees including grilled salmon and slow-braised short rib Bolognese. It also serves a number of specialty cocktails.

8407 Kitchen Bar will be open for lunch and dinner until next weekend.

“We had a good two weeks for everybody to come in and say goodbye to the restaurant before we close,” Gabriel said. “We would love our guests to come in as much as possible in the next week.”

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