Tacombi plans to open last week of May at Bethesda
Taco Tacombi restaurant plans to open at 4749 Bethesda Ave. during the last week of May, the company announced in a statement to Bethesda Beat this month.
Tacombi, which got its start in New York, announced more than a year ago that it would open in Bethesda. The location will be the second in the greater Washington, DC area, joining another in Arlington, Virginia, according to a news release.
Tacombi serves a variety of tacos that include crispy Baja fish tacos, al pastor (pork and pineapple), carne asada, marinated chicken, and black bean sweet potato. Other items include quesadillas and burritos. The restaurant also serves beer and cocktails.
Tacombi’s Bethesda location will be 4,500 square feet and the restaurant will be adjacent to the Capital Crescent Trail, according to a press release.
Tacombi is one of many new taco restaurants that have made their way into the Montgomery County market over the past couple of years. Mexicue, another downtown Bethesda taco restaurant, is set to open soon at 4733 Elm St., founder Thomas Kelly told Bethesda Beat in April.
Food Truck Night comes to Kensington on Thursday
The Kensington Business District is hosting a food truck party from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday near the Kensington Service Center on Armory Avenue, according to a social media post. The trucks will include Corned Beef King, Flipside Gastro, Chix N Stix and Potomac Sweets, according to the post. There will be tables and chairs.
The pickle bar is back at Parkway Deli
The well-known, but recently defunct pickle bar at the Parkway Deli in Silver Spring is back.
Pickle Bar Disappeared During COVID-19 Pandemic, Waiter Says The Washington Post last month. But owner Danny Gurewitz said he could bring it back soon.
On Monday, the grocery store posted on its Facebook page that the pickle bar was back, along with a photo of it.
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