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Silver Spring bowling lounge gets ready to open

The Eleanor features an arcade and a bar and grill


Small Bites: Potbelly Sandwich Shop now open in Friendship Heights

Plus: Brews and Barrels opens in the Kentlands; BurgerIM closes in Wheaton

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Small Bites: Fast-casual rice bowl restaurant could come to Montgomery County

Plus: Changes planned to culinary scene at Westfield Montgomery mall

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Ceremony Coffee opened Monday in downtown Bethesda

It is the chain’s first Montgomery County location

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Avenue Café is open in Bethesda

It serves sandwiches, sweet and savory crepes

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Greek restaurant coming to Gaithersburg this year

Opening is scheduled for late May

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Small Bites: The Cuban Corner closes in Rockville

Plus: Chopt coming to Gaithersburg

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Stella Barra expands menu

It now features thin-crust tavern-style pizzas, more pasta dishes

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Updated: Cubano’s opens in Bethesda Tuesday night

Restaurant announced last March that it would replace Louisiana Kitchen

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Silver Spring restaurant owner locked in contractual dispute with Virginia company

Disagreement is over work done for El Sapo Cuban Social Club


Table talk

Locally made items at Dawson’s Market, a new Rockville Town Square eatery, and more

Thai scores in Potomac

Our critic checks out the tasty food and enormous desserts at the recently opened Sisters Thai

Table Talk

A new bakery at Pike & Rose, chocolate-covered wine bottles debut at Westfield Montgomery mall, and other news from the local food scene

Vegging Out

For vegetarian and vegan diners on the lookout for superlative fare, these 10 dishes fit the bill

Sum Good, Sum Not

China Garden offers up sometimes excellent Cantonese fare in Rockville

Bethesda Interview: Seth Goldman

The Honest Tea co-founder talks about becoming a vegetarian, a possible future in politics, and his latest venture, Beyond Meat

Uncommonly Good

Our critic finds intriguing fare in a luxurious setting at Commonwealth Indian in North Bethesda

A Day at the Market

Behind the scenes at the Bethesda Central Farm Market

Table Talk

Italian fast-casual bowls at Prima in Bethesda. Plus, a new coffee shop in Woodmont Triangle.

‘Cuban to the Bone’

Raynold Mendizábal left his country on a raft 25 years ago and ended up spending a year at Guantanamo Bay. Now the Havana-born chef owns two Silver Spring restaurants and solves mathematical equations for fun.

Smooth Terrain

Our critic checks out Anthropologie's garden café in Bethesda

Beach Eats

Delmarva’s beaches are famous for the surf, the sand and the boardwalks. But the resort-area towns also have become a destination for foodies. Here are 33 eateries we think are worth a visit.

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