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Comings & Goings
Paris in Town, a French bistro out of North Palm Beach, Florida, will open in the former Fuse Taco space in Bethesda this spring.
Italian restaurant Gregorio’s Trattoria, located in Potomac and Reston, will open a branch in Bethesda’s Shops at Sumner Place in the spring.
In late spring, celebrity chef and restaurateur Michael Schlow will open a location of his Washington, D.C., restaurant The Riggsby next to his fast-casual spot Prima in Bethesda Row, taking over the space formerly occupied by Kapnos Kouzina.
Indian restaurant Spice Street will open in the Solaire apartments in downtown Silver Spring in late spring or early summer.
Local chainlet Quincy’s Bar & Grille will open an outlet in the former Amici Miei space in the Potomac Woods Plaza shopping center this fall.
Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, a legendary New Haven, Connecticut, establishment considered by many foodies to be the Valhalla of thin-crust-centric pizzerias, will open in Bethesda’s Westfield Montgomery mall late this year.
Rockville fast-casual restaurant Cheeburger Cheeburger closed in December, as did the Friendship Heights bakery and coffee shop The Kindred Cup.
Mediterranean restaurant Zoës Kitchen closed in Potomac in January. The Germantown outpost is the only remaining Montgomery County location of the fast-casual chain.