Thursday, April 07, 2016

Domino's Pizza installs sign on St. Elmo Avenue (Photos)

The sign is up at the future Domino's Pizza at 4817 St. Elmo Avenue in downtown Bethesda. I'll have an Extravaganzza original crust or deep dish.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great reporting Dyer! Pictures from the street and no content regarding opening date, if the other one is closing, etc. Way to go! FYI I talked to the guys working at the Elm street location and they are relocating the Elm street location to St. Elmo. They said they are planning on starting to move on the 15th of this month, but likely see that pushing back a week or two. Maybe start with that easy to find information.

Anonymous said...

Give him a break. Its a Dominoes. You know what is going to be inside, and who cares when it opens when you can get Dominoes from one of the other dozen locations within 5 miles.

Anonymous said...

5:07

Dyer trolls starting early today... Thanks for that valuable in-depth people want to know now follow-up...lol

Anonymous said...

Domino's? That seems to be more suitable for Westbard than Bethesda.

Anonymous said...

@5:35 AM - Westbard is a neighborhood in Bethesda.....

Anonymous said...

Dyer: If you want to get a hot scoop and also help members of the community, do an open records request to get the collision reconstruction report from the deadly crash on River Road a few weeks ago. Your reporting on it beat everyone else out there, so beat them on the follow-up too.

Anonymous said...

Newcomers think Westbard is a separate city.

Anonymous said...

5:07 has a point - I live close to the Elm St. location, and was wondering if it would be moving to the new St. Elmo spot. Thanks to 5:07 for the info...

Robert Dyer said...

7:14: It will be if the sector plan passes!

Anonymous said...

5:07AM - You should have put that in your blog. Oh, wait.

Anonymous said...

If Westbard is not separate from Bethesda, then it is urban, like Bethesda.

Anonymous said...

Bethesda ends at Bradley.

Anonymous said...

Actually if you're on Wisconsin, the east side, Bethesda ends at Walsh St. That white brick building and the Verizon bldg are Chevy Chase.

Anonymous said...

No one who lives or grew up in the neighborhoods around Westbard Avenue ever said that they "live in Westbard". Westbard Avenue is a street, not a place.

Downtown Bethesda may be within some imagined boundaries, but Bethesda covers quite a bit, including around Montgomery Mall.

Anonymous said...

"Westbard Avenue is not...a place."

But it will be, very soon. Thank you, MoCo Machine!

Anonymous said...

I grew up in Bethesda (old georgetown side) and we have always referred to the River Road area as "Westbard."

10:34 -where did you grow up? where do you live?

Anonymous said...

Geographic and man-made boundaries are not imagined.

Anonymous said...

11:03 AM STFU and stop lying. I grew up in the area and no one in those neighborhoods say they live in "Westbard".

Only planners and new folks like Reamer refer to it that way. Remember, the first time Reamer was in the neighborhood was a few weeks ago when he toured it from inside a bus.

Anonymous said...

Westbard is not known for its pedestrian-friendliness. Why is it a bad thing that the Council toured it by bus? I don't understand this talking point at all, Dyer-relative.

Robert Dyer said...

5:07: That's not a "Dyer-relative", you moron. A bad way to point out I have more commenters than your site. The bus tour was an embarrassment because it emphasized the Council is unfamiliar with the areas they represent. I wouldn't need to tour Aspen Hill or Clarksburg to learn about them. Unlike Hans Riemer, I don't need a GPS to find my way around the County.

Anonymous said...

"I don't need a GPS to find my way around the County."

Dyer uses his trusty ADC Atlas instead. Technology, schmechnology.

Anonymous said...

8:00PM Sorry, I grew up here, live here, and we said/say Westbard. So, I suggest you STFU and remove your head from your ass.

Anonymous said...

ADC, ROTFLMAO! That's a good one. Do they make a pocket sized version?