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Thai restaurant for Cabin John, Greek food for Rockville, Gringos & Mariachis arrives

 

 

 

Desserts from Sisters Thai

 

Another new restaurant for Cabin John

Sisters Thai, a hipster eatery from Fairfax, is the latest addition to the new restaurant lineup at Cabin John. The buzz on this place is quite good — not only for its food, fruit drinks and desserts, but also for its cozy “living room” atmosphere with mismatched furniture and overstuffed bookshelves. (Click here for a preview). Construction is already under way in the parking lot at Tuckerman Lane and Seven Locks Road, where Sisters will join Shake Shack, CAVA and Le Pain Quotidien for a late 2018 debut. Cabin John, which was sold last year to the Edens development group, also is planning a name change after 50 years. Say goodbye to Cabin John Shopping Center & Mall; it’s now Cabin John Village.

 


 

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Gringos & Mariachis at Park Potomac

Photo: Violetta Markelou

 

Gringos & Mariachis arrives

This week brought the long-awaited debut of Gringos & Mariachis at Park Potomac. The Mexican restaurant had been under construction seemingly forever (but really about two years) across from MoCo’s Founding Farmers and next to the new Addie’s. This is a sister to the three-year-old Gringos & Mariachis in Bethesda, serving casual food and cocktails amidst striking murals inspired by Mexican street art. Owners Roberto and Riccardo Pietrobono are also behind the popular restaurants Alatri Bros. and Olazzo. More photos on our Facebook page; click here to see them.

 


 

Winterwilds Market at Park Potomac: https://www.winterwildsmarket.com

 

 


 

Wildwood Shopping Center

 

Welcome the holidays at Wildwood

Stop by the Wildwood Shops this Saturday (Dec. 9th) for a holiday open house featuring live music, giveaways, strolling entertainment and plenty of gift inspiration. Register to win a $100 gift card to Buredo or Balducci’s, and snag a free copper insulated travel bottle with any $150 purchase. (Redeem your receipts at Belina Boutique, Coco Blanca, Buredo, Irresistibles, Red Orchard, Secrete Fine Jewelry or Yves Delorme.) Shopping hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Wildwood Shopping Center, 10241 Old Georgetown Road. Click here for details.

 

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Norman's Farm Market Winter Home Delivery: http://normansfarmmarket.com/home-delivery-2/

 

 


 

Gifts from JT Interiors

 

Rediscover your favorites at JT Interiors

JT Interiors closed its doors last summer, but the Potomac Village gift shop is alive and well on the Internet. All those charming holiday gifts that the store was known for –  from embroidered table runners and painted guest towels to festive candles and party accessories — are available all season at www.jtinteriorspotomac.com. Snow globes like the one shown here are $30 and up, silk scarves are available in 10 colors for $40, and lighted glass vases with winter scenes are $12 to $30. Click here to visit the JT website, or email your inquiries to hello@jtinteriorspotomac.com.

 

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Pita sandwiches from Gyroland

 

New Greek restaurant for Rockville

Gyroland, a casual spinoff of the longtime Greek restaurant Mykonos, opened its doors this week in the former Maria’s Bakery space in the Shops at Congressional Village, 1701 Rockville Pike. The menu features gyros, wraps, souvlaki and other Greek specialties, along with salads and the honey donuts known as loukoumades. For a peek at the menu, click here.

 


 

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2 Comments

  1. Parking will probably be an issue after Cabin John Mall – sorry, Village – is expanded and parking spots removed.

    But Cabin John is like a dead zone for restaurants – they open and then they close. California Tortilla and Broadway Pizza seem to be the exceptions.

  2. Amory Blaine

    You’re spot on, Jack. The parking is execrable already. The spaces are far too close together, as the many fender scrapes visible on the BMWs, Lexuses and other high-end vehicles driven by CJ’s upscale patrons will attest. Why didn’t the planning authorities require the Eden developer to build a two-story garage behind the Giant/CVS strip? Plenty of room….oh, I forgot, God forbid people would have to walk!

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