Friday, April 21, 2017

Secolari closes at Bethesda Row (Photos)

Secolari, a shop selling olive oils and vinegars, has closed at Bethesda Row. The interior is mostly cleared out. Their Columbia location at The Mall in Columbia remains open.



8 comments:

persian said...
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Anonymous said...

Good Lord, who didn't see this coming? How much fancy olive oil can you possibly sell?

Riff Rafferty said...

I went to that place about 10min before they were closing, and they asked us to come back the next day. No surprise they didn't make it with customer services like that.

Bethesda Fig said...

Robert - any recs for a place one can go instead now for these types of products?

Robert Dyer said...

7:33: Vace, Cornucopia, and the shop inside Carluccio's at Pike & Rose.

Anonymous said...

Dyer, yes your point of Vace, Cornucopia, Carluccio's selling fancy olive oil is correct HOWEVER they also sell food and other sort of things. This place, and many others like it, always amaze me that they believe they can actually make a business out of selling olive oil from a storefront. Tyson's Corner mall seems to always have one vacating a former stores presence. Maybe they are used in spaces which don't have a long term tenant?

Anonymous said...

I love that creeper shot of Dyer in the story above this!

Anonymous said...

Dyer is a #creeper, so that's to be expected