Spanish Sandwich Chain Closes Bethesda Location
According to Twitter announcement, 100 Montaditos location will move from Bethesda to Washington, D.C.
The Bethesda location of a fast-casual Spanish sandwich concept abruptly closed Sunday and plans to move to Washington, D.C.
The restaurant, 100 Montaditos, opened at 4922 Elm St. in October 2013.
It was the first U.S. location for the restaurant outside of its home base of Florida. It featured montaditos—tapas-sized sandwiches topped with ingredients such as Serrano ham, chorizo and manchego cheese.
The chain announced the move Monday on its Twitter account. A store employee said the Bethesda location closed Sunday. A spokesperson for the chain couldn’t be reached for comment Monday afternoon.
The location will move to the chain's Washington Navy Yard store in Washington, D.C., according to the Twitter announcement.
In May, the 100 Montaditos location in Arlington, Virginia, closed just 13 months after opening. Its parent company declared bankruptcy in March.
Spanish sandwich shop 100 Montaditos announced on Twitter that it closed its Bethesda location and will move to Washington, D.C. Credit: 100 Montaditos