Cyclists have one more reason to hit the Capital Crescent Trail out of downtown Bethesda today. Bethesda's own Honest Tea
built a bike storage rack made out of 15,000 Honest Kids juice pouches, and donated it to Whole Foods
on River Road yesterday. Assisting in this effort was Bethesda Urban Partnership.
|Whole Foods Bethesda|
Now you can take the CCT over to River Road, lock your bike at Whole Foods, and take advantage of what's in the Westbard area. Obviously, shopping at Whole Foods is one! You also have Ledo's Pizza, which is one of the few chains that has an original pizza recipe, rather than just a knock-off of Pizza Hut or Dominos. How about a sandwich at Georgetown Bagelry? The only McDonald's left in Bethesda is diagonally across the street. At Westwood Center II, get a steak sandwich at West River Deli, or sushi at Yirasai. Then bowl a few frames at Bowlmor Lanes.
Not bad for a zero-environmental impact Saturday afternoon.
Labels: Bethesda, Bethesda cycling, bike rack, Bowlmor, Capital Crescent Trail, Honest Tea, Ledo's Pizza, River Road, Westbard, Westwood Center II, Whole Foods