Sunday, January 17, 2016

"Emergency" closes Starbucks in Westwood Shopping Center in Bethesda (Photos)

A sign was posted on the door of the Starbucks in the Westwood Shopping Center last night stating the store was temporarily closed due to an "emergency." This is definitely odd for a Starbucks. If it were a plumbing or electrical problem, wouldn't they just be upfront about that?

If it were a one-person operation, "emergency" might explain a closure, but Starbucks usually has multiple employees on site.

The sign did not indicate which day(s) the message applied to, either.

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Anonymous said...

Robert's not so secret admirer/Bethesda blogger is binging on trolling the Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row site this weekend :/

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Robert Dyer said...

7:12: 99% of readers come here for breaking news about Bethesda.

Anonymous said...

8:36PM Please STFU. Thank you. Have good day sir.

Anonymous said...

But what if it weren't a plumbing or electrical issue? What difference would it make?

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