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So long Seven Seas and B/Bop/Q, hello Cabin John bakery

 

 

 

Seven Seas restaurant

 

So long Seven Seas

Seven Seas, one of Rockville’s oldest Chinese restaurants, will close its doors at the end of this month. The 31-year-old eatery, on the back side of Federal Plaza near Panera, was a takeout favorite known for its fresh seafood dishes and lobster platters. Management tells us the restaurant’s lease was up and there are no plans to relocate. 

 


 

Mother's Day at The Grilled Oyster: https://www.thegrilledoystercompany.com/special-events

 

 


 

Potomac Village Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/PVFM20854/

 

 


 

Sweetly Anchored Patisserie at Cabin John

 

Sweet start at Cabin John

The big story in Potomac this week is the debut of Sweetly Anchored, the new bakery and coffee shop inside the Cabin John mini-mall. Doors open on Monday morning (May 7th) with scones, croissants, muffins and quiche along with coffee and espresso drinks. Every afternoon the cases will be filled with cupcakes, cookies, brownies and tarts for eat-in or takeout. Owner Lindsay Miniaci, who is known for her specialty cakes, says new baked goods will be added in the weeks to come. The bakery will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Click here for more photos on the Store Reporter Facebook page.

 


 

Realtor Lisa Nasar of Long & Foster: http://www.lisanasarhomes.com

 


 

URBNmarket spring pop-up at Bethesda Row: http://www.urbnmarket.com

 

 


 

B/Bop/Q at Westfield Montgomery Mall

 

Bye B/Bop/Q

Korean fusion eatery B/Bop/Q closed its doors last weekend after less than three years at Westfield Montgomery Mall. Owned by a Rockville-based food service company that had planned to turn B/Bop/Q into a chain, the restaurant had a loyal fan base but had trouble drawing crowds so far from the main Dining Terrace. Another nearby restaurant that opened around the same time, Shanghai Bao Kitchen, had similar issues and closed its doors last winter.

 


 

Central Farm Market at Westfield Montgomery: http://www.centralfarmmarkets.com

 


 

Intimissimi

 

Comings & goings at the mall

This week we have a few more comings and goings to report at Westfield Montgomery Mall. The newest addition is Italian lingerie store Intimissimi, now open in the Nordstrom wing. Infinite Beauty, one of the mall’s longtime tenants, has added a second location offering facials and other spa services. Meanwhile, we say goodbye to Asian clothing chain Hoamgar after a five-year run. As we mentioned in our March 8 issue, this had been the first U.S. location for the high-end chain — but its merchandise failed to catch on.

 


 

Park Potomac Spring Festival: https://www.facebook.com/ParkPotomac/photos/gm.2102122509827843/904350456426023/?type=3&theater

 


 

Find custom gifts in the Store Reporter Local Services Guide: https://storereporter.com/rockville-and-potomac-store-reporter-local-services-guide/#gifts

 

 


 

Did you miss these stories?

  • Wegmans in Rockville: Your questions answered. Click here.
  • Pike & Rosewill get an Asian food hall: Click here.
  • Corned Beef King opens on the Pike. Click here.
  • Cabin John construction update. Click here.
  • Nando’s opens at Pike & Rose. Click here.
  • ArcLight Cinema will get a new neighbor. Click here.
  • Cabin John signs a new fitness center. Click here.
  • Aldi will open a no-frills grocery store in Rockville. Click here.

 


 

 

 


 


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