Silver Opens Tonight With Parisian Cafe Vibes and a Giant Bar
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Upscale diner Silver makes its D.C. debut tonight, bringing a sparkling Art Deco-inspired interior and all-day breakfast, lunch, and dinner option to Cathedral Heights. Silver’s first location debuted two years ago near Bethesda Row, and CEO Bob Giaimo tells Eater he’s already scouring the area for a third. Shaw is strong possibility, he reports.
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Silver: The second location of Silver, the urbanized offshoot of suburban favorite Silver Diner, opens Tuesday in the Cathedral Commons development in Cathedral Heights.
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Chuy’s bringing its ‘fun and funky’ Austin vibe to Annapolis
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Giant emerges as anchor for Fairfax Circle development
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Parkville duckpin bowling alley ‘resurrected from certain death’
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