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Newly Renovated Bowlero To Host Grand Opening Saturday in Bethesda

Bowling alley to debut new menu offering ‘mega’ food at event featuring visit from Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson

Small Bites:  Bethesda’s Chef Jose Andrés Is at It Again—This Time Feeding Thousands of Hurricane Florence Survivors in North Carolina

Plus: A little over a year after opening, Buredo in Wildwood Shopping Center closes; The Spot Asian food hall announces happy hour specials

Small Bites: Bethesda’s Jose Andrés Talks About Creating ‘One of the Biggest Restaurants in the World’ To Feed Thousands in Puerto Rico

Plus: Taylor Gourmet may close two local stores; The Dish & Dram to recognize National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Coffee & Tea program

Gold Leaf Bakery Closes in Downtown Bethesda

St. Elmo Avenue shop opened in 2016

Small Bites: Bethesda’s Kapnos Kouzina Continues ‘Business as Usual’ After Isabella Bankruptcy Filing

Plus: Mission BBQ honors all first responders with free sandwich on 9/11; pie-making contest at Takoma Park farmers market

Two Brewery Enthusiasts Preparing To Open Downtown Silver Spring Taproom

Owners will offer samples at this month’s Takoma Park Beerfest

Small Bites: Shake Shack To Open This Week in Cabin John

Plus: ALDI hosts jobs fair for local stores and Kosher Pastry Oven announces holiday schedule

First Taste: Car Wash Coffee

Kensington coffee house serves up community clubhouse ambience along with tasty coffee

Brazilian Steakhouse Fogo de Chao Coming to Pike & Rose

Restaurant to open in early 2019


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