Monday, January 7, 2013
Mall's latest offering features high-end footwear.
Spotted in Bethesda: Stuart Weitzman is open at Westfield Montgomery Mall, giving area fasionistas another option for high-end footwear. The store opened Jan. 3, according to Westfield Montgomery Mall spokesperson Joanna Caputi. Currently, Stuart Weitzman is having a sale – up to 50 percent off select shoes – as an opening promotion. For more on recent openings at Westfield Montgomery check out our list of new stores here. What stores would you like to see come to the area? Let us know in the comments!
Friday, December 7, 2012
“Deli is dying, supposedly, but we want to prove to the world and the Washington area that deli is alive and we’re looking forward to opening,” Marc Attman said.
The people asked, and the Attman family answered – a second location of Baltimore’s famed Attman’s Deli will open in May at the Cabin John Shopping Center in Potomac. According to Marc Attman, the Montgomery County location has been years in the making, after numerous Potomac locals made the hour-long trek to Baltimore for a Pastrami sandwich and to hint that a closer location would be welcomed with open arms. “People have asked us for years to come to Potomac,” he said. “They come into Baltimore for the deli, for catering, and always wish we would come out there. They asked; we came. We really are excited and we know that the community is very, very excited too.” To recieve updates about the local restaurant scene, sign up for the …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Make Meaning, which offers creative activities for adults and kids, is popular amongst celebrity moms.
A popular family activity chain that's drawn the attention of celebrities including Melissa Joan Hart and Katie Holmes is targeting Bethesda for its newest location. Make Meaning—a shop that offers artistic activities for kids and adults—is set to open in early March 2013 on Bethesda Avenue. The shop offers seven “creative experiences” that include cake decorating, ceramics, candles, glass, jewelry, soap and paper. A variety of activities are available for each -- for example, visitors can whip up anything from a glass coaster to a glass serving platter as a part of the glass "creative experience." “Make Meaning is a really cool place and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before,” said Daniel Nissanoff, CEO of Make Meaning. “It’s a place …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Seven new businesses are coming to the area.
Business has been booming lately for the Westfield Montgomery Mall located on the border of Potomac and Bethesda. We contacted the mall’s director of marketing, Joanna Caputi, to find out what the community can expect next. The mall has seven new businesses, two that already have opened and five more to open in the coming months, Caputi said. They are: Check out our stories we’ve already posted on these new business, and keep checking back as we feature more.
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Brook Taylor Interiors replaces Amber Fields on Brookville Road.
Brook Taylor Interiors, a new store, is opening on Saturday, April 9, in the former Amber Fields space at 7013 Brookville Road, store manager Jenny Riffle said. The store, like its predecessor, will feature high-end interior design furnishings, accessories and custom window treatments. But the products stocked will be somewhat different. Brook Taylor Interiors is owned by Ellen Roberts, one of the co-owners of Amber Fields, Riffle said. “We just put the new sign in our window this morning," Riffle — formerly the manager of Amber Fields — told Patch Thursday evening. “We’ll be offering some great discounts on special orders this weekend,” Riffle said, but she declined to elaborate on the specifics. A browse through the store indicates they…