2021 | Dine

Small Bites: Bethesda Bagels expanding to Fallsgrove Village Center in Rockville

Plus: Capitals’ forward Tom Wilson partners with Clyde’s on burger delivery service

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The Bethesda Row location of Bethesda Bagels.

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Bethesda Bagels expanding to Fallsgrove Village Center

Bethesda Bagels is opening its third Montgomery County location in Rockville’s Fallsgrove Village Center.

Cotton Walsh, the company’s Bethesda area supervisor, wrote in an email to Bethesda Beat on Friday that the eatery is expected to open this fall, although the buildout hasn’t started.

Bethesda Bagels has two Bethesda locations — in Bethesda Row and the Wildwood shopping center. There are also two locations in Washington, D.C., and one in Rosslyn, Va.

Walsh wrote that he wasn’t sure what the operating hours of the Rockville location will be, but they would be similar to the hours at the Bethesda locations.

The Moco Show previously reported Bethesda Bagels’ plans on Thursday.

Clyde’s collaborates with Capitals’ Tom Wilson on craft burger delivery service

Clyde’s Restaurant Group, whose Washington-area locations include Chevy Chase and Rockville, announced that it is partnering with Washington Capitals player Tom Wilson to a launch a new burger delivery service.

According to a press release, a portion of every sale from the service, called 43 Burger, will go toward DC Central Kitchen, an organization that fights hunger through job training.

The menu features four specialty burgers, as well as sides of French fries and tater tots, with a salad. The service is named after Wilson, who wears number 43.

Visit Montgomery hosting ‘MoCo Eats Week’

This month, the tourism agency Visit Montgomery is hosting “MoCo Eats Week,” in which people can frequent local restaurants for the chance to win gift cards.

According to Visit Montgomery’s website, people can sign up for a digital savings pass to check in and redeem deals, as well as enter to win gift cards.

The promotional period runs from April 23 to May 3, the website states. People can sign up online.

Dan Schere can be reached at daniel.schere@bethesdamagazine.com