Mention Restaurant Month to your server prior to beginning your experience and you’ll be able to enjoy dinner for just $39 per person at Fogo De Chao in Pike & Rose.
This “Fogo Restaurant Month” special runs from Monday, July 8 – Sunday, August 11.
Valid for dinner only, Monday, July 8 – Sunday, August 11, at any US or Puerto Rico Fogo de Chão location. Does not include Beef Ribs, Rib Eye, Filet Mignon or Lamb Chops. Beverages, alcohol, dessert, tax and gratuity are not included. Not valid on holidays or with any other promotional offer. Restrictions apply.
Per the Fogo de Chao website
Shilla Bakery has closed permanently in Montgomery Mall.
I was told by the concierge that the bakery will re-open soon under new management and a new name.
Shilla Bakery opened in the mall in December of 2017. The bakery still has locations in Rockville, Annandale, and Tysons Corner.
Bethesda Row welcomes its latest addition, the new LensCrafters store opening at 7141 Arlington Road, Suite W1.
LensCrafters offers complete vision care through trusted eye care and quality eyewear. Customers can experience LensCrafters latest technology with their digital eye exam process, purchase prescription glasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses; and choose from an array of lens options that work best for their needs.
The Bethesda location will host independent optometrists on-site.
In honor of the grand opening, and for a limited time, customers will receive 50% off a Complete Pair (inclusive of frames and lenses; exclusions apply) at the new Bethesda location.
Fuse Taco in Bethesda has closed permanently (4903 Cordell Ave., in the old Bold Bite location).
The restaurant opened in late March and featured tacos fused with flavors from across the world.
We were informed of a sign on the door stating the restaurant is closed and spoke with owner, Kaz Kazmi, via text this morning. He told us “Unfortunately Fuse will not be reopening in Bethesda. Sad thing is the restaurant was performing quite well , we just didn’t have enough capital to sustain ops.”
We wish Mr. Kazmi the best going forward.
Fu Shing Cafe announced, via a sign on the door, that they will close permanently on July 1st.
The restaurant, which has been a popular lunch destination for area high school students, has been in Westlake Crossing next to Montgomery Mall for approximately 20 years.
Thank you to Terry of @DCFoodCouple (Instagram) for sending us the photo of the sign on the door.
We are working with Poke Dojo to give you an amazing deal on their poke bowls to celebrate their Grand Opening!
From Friday, 6/21/19 until Sunday, 6/23/19, we are offering a Buy 1 Poke Bowl, Get 1 Poke Bowl FREE MoCoShow special (just show them this article or the photo above).
Poke Dojo is located at 7110 Bethesda Lane in Bethesda Row. They offer signature bowls, create-your-own bowls, and a variety of mochi ice cream (2 for $5).
Clove & Cedar is now open at 4918 St. Elmo Ave in Bethesda.
To celebrate the end of the school year, teachers get a free 8 oz house blend or single origin coffee through Sunday, 6/16 with teacher ID! Fathers are also eligible for this offer on Father’s Day.
Clove & Cedar Coffeebar emphasizes all things local, including food, beverages, and the community. Former lawyer and 15-year Bethesda resident Janet Forlini is the owner of the new shop in the Bainbridge Building.
Clove & Cedar sells locally roasted Ceremony Coffee, as well as food and beverages from other local companies such as Blue Ridge Bucha, Dulceology, Fresh Baguette, Henry’s Sweet Retreat, Poppy’s Stuffed Bagels, Red Bandana Gluten-Free, Soupergirl, Sweet Teensy, Tasty6 Juice, Trickling Springs Creamery, Wellfound Foods, and Wight Tea.
Forlini recruited Hawkeye Johnson, an award-winning local latte artist, as lead barista/trainer. Hawkeye recently represented Clove & Cedar Coffeebar at the Latte Art World Championship Open in Indianapolis on June 1st and 2nd.
Beginning today (June 12th), Clove & Cedar Coffeebar will be open from 6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday – Friday, and 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
More Than Java Cafe is now open (10411 Motor City Dr., near Montgomery Mall).
The cafe is owned and operated by Tabitha D. Furbush-Clark, a 1989 B-CC graduate. Tabitha opened the first location in Laurel and wanted to come back home with the arrival of the two newest locations.
They offer coffee, tea, smoothies, breakfast sandwiches, bagels, wraps, and a lot more.
More Than Java Cafe’s third location will open on Rugby Ave. in Bethesda late this summer.
Poke Dojo has opened in Bethesda Row (7110 Bethesda Lane).
During their soft opening week, they’ll run a special that will give you 25% off OR Buy 2 poke bowls, get 1 free until this Thursday, 6/6.
Poke Dojo features Poke crafted from the freshest ingredients, all served using the best cuts in Poke Dojo’s traditional recipes.
Guests can create their own bowls with a choice of proteins (select two choices for small, three choices for regular, and four choices for large poke bowls).
Bethesda is getting a new pizza place. Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza is moving in to the the old Community/One Burger @ Community location at 7776 Norfolk Ave.
The chain started in Florida in 2002 and has since expanded with more than 50 restaurants throughout the northeast. It is owned by Anthony Bruno and backed by NFL Hall of Fame quarterback, Dan Marino.
“I have a simple approach to my menu – use the highest quality ingredients and charge a fair price. It’s not just the big things, or the little things – it’s Everything! Dough made fresh, in-house every day. Imported Italian plum tomatoes. Chicken wings that are never frozen. From the best Grande mozzarella to using only albacore tuna, you get the picture.
That’s the way we do things around here.” says owner, Anthony Bruno.
In addition to pizza Anthony’s will feature oven roasted chicken wings, homemade meatballs made from scratch, and other dishes classified as “Italian Soul Food.”
The Anthony’s opening was reported earlier today by Bethesda Magazine.