on Norfolk Avenue has closed and the Indian restaurant will soon take over the space, Bethesda Magazine’s Table Talk blog reports.
ahead of the groundbreaking of a that will have 236 rental units, 6500-square-feet of ground floor retail, and more than three levels of below grade parking.
and also will close ahead of the Fairmont Avenue construction.
Haandi co-owner Madan Sundriyal told Table Talk that Uptown Deli closed Aug. 14. The much-anticipated deli but “deli maven” Howard Wasserman resigned in February after the eatery was sold to a new owner in October of 2011.
Now, it looks like the Uptown has closed its doors for good. Operators of Haandi, a fixture in the downtown Bethesda dining scene, will renovate the Uptown space to provide an “upscale” dining experience and expand their menu, Table Talk reports.
Will you miss Uptown Deli? Are you glad to see Haandi has found a new home in the Woodmont Triangle? Tell us in the comments.