Wednesday, October 05, 2016

European Wax Center interior revealed, sign installed in Bethesda (Photos)

The second tenant in the former BlackFinn building has removed the window coverings to reveal a finished interior at 7804 Norfolk Avenue. European Wax Center's lighted sign has also been installed, and was lit Tuesday night. Nice job on the interior here, with the very traditional brick walls on the right side, accented by the lighted shelving. It seems like they went the extra mile for a more upscale presentation, including a European castle chandelier.



20 comments:

RR said...

Ooh finally, progress! This is definitely a better one of Karr's renovations. Nice mid block opening. Too bad it's a nail salon but hey, better than nothing! And not vacant too!

Anonymous said...

Robert is this where you will go to do your waxing?

Anonymous said...

Someone teach Bobby what a happy ending means!

Anonymous said...

Finally a place to get my european car waxed.

Anonymous said...

Sigh. How sad that you all are adults.
You'd discipline your children for behaving the way you are behaving.
Name calling and bullying.
Shameful. Have you no honor?

Anonymous said...

8:03 I see...you've set this special time aside to humiliate yourself in public.

I think it’s funny that people who treat others like crap get offended when you do the same to them.

I hope your day is as pleasant as you are.

Roald said...

Popular news sites have many weird comments. Ever read the Post's comment sections?
No different than here. That's the price of being MoCo's top news source I guess.

Anonymous said...

"MoCo's top news source"

Ha, you have got to be kidding me...

Anonymous said...

How does an unbiased reader even begin to qualify that kind of statement? They don't. That's how.

Anonymous said...

#SponsoredContent

#ReleasetheReceipts

#MakeDyerGetWaxed

Anonymous said...

Yes, and Seistma, Bourdain, every food blogger, etc are all freeloaders and alcoholics.
Anonymous guy's jealousy of Dyer is sad.

Anonymous said...

We have Bethesda Magazine reporting on businesses they own, without disclosure. And they didn't pay taxes leading to near bankruptcy filing and foreclosure on the bethesda jazz club that they own. I'd love to see those tax returns and see why they weren't paying their fair share. Bethesda Mag = tax deadbeats

And "anonymous' is concerned about Dyer restaurant reviews...lol. give me a break.
At least he's not reviewing and awarding places he owns.

Anonymous said...

12:25 PM/12:07 PM -

Please take your underpants off your head.

And stop licking the windows.

Anonymous said...

12:25 is a unic

Anonymous said...

@ 7:58 AM advocates domestic violence. Typical Dyer supporter.

Anonymous said...

i'm very happy that things are moving forward. can't wait to get the old exhaust pipe waxed. maybe bleached too

Anonymous said...

5:25AM : discipline = domestic violence? I'm sorry that's your reality.

The discipline I was thinking of would be losing phone privileges, not getting to go to an event, more home responsibility, etc.

If violence is indeed your reality, whichever side of DV you fall on, there is local help available and I urge you to seek it out.

Anonymous said...

Shady only to you. What part of legally required to remove mention of the company on the website do you not understand? Especially since you and your ilk are the reason.

Anonymous said...

How do you know that? And why doesn't Dyer be up front and explain that? Just so shady.

Anonymous said...

LOL, Dyer's shill takes himself so seriously.