Blackwall Hitch will join the growing list of restaurants set to open in Downtown Columbia’s Merriweather District.
If 2020 was a building year for Downtown Columbia, 2021 was the year of openings. A slew of new restaurants and eateries joined Howard Hughes Corp.’s Merriweather District, the growing urban-suburban development located between Broken Land Parkway and Merriweather Post Pavilion.
Bluestone Lane officially opened the doors of its cafe at The Boro on October 13th, marking the first foray into Virginia for the New York-based but Australia-inspired company.
D.C.’s &pizza plans to open a new location at One Loudoun as it works to expand its presence in Northern Virginia and beyond.
“Property developer and investor Grosvenor Americas has announced a 10-year lease extension with Medium Rare at the popular steakhouse’s flagship location, 3500 Connecticut Avenue, NW. Washington, D.C
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams — a Ohio-based ice cream franchise — has opened a new scoop shop in The Boro in Tysons.
Fried chicken fans, rejoice. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar — the popular Miami restaurant best known for comfort foods like buttermilk biscuits, lobster mac and cheese, and crispy, thick-battered fried chicken that’s been brined for 27 hours — officially arrives in D.C. today. Thursday, April 1, is opening day for Yardbird’s new spot downtown. The… Read more »
The fast-food restaurant Shake Shack is set to open its doors in downtown Towson on Saturday, the first eatery to come online at the Circle East redevelopment.
A new food hall is set to arrive at The Station at Riverdale Park this summer
The Brookland staple’s new Northeast location adds Roman-style pan pizza, made-to-order pasta, and an attached deli.
The NYC-based brand for fast-casual Israeli food adds a second D.C. location
Celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn and his partners at Beyond Meat-based PLNT Burger have opened their first Virginia location, and sixth food stall overall, inside the Whole Foods at the Boro development in Tysons Corner (1635 Boro Place).
Hokkaido-based Santouka is bringing its ramen to the Mid-Atlantic for the first time.