Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Lucy Ethiopian restaurant to replace Grapeseed in Bethesda

The recently-closed Grapeseed at 4865 Cordell Avenue in Bethesda will become Lucy, an Ethiopian restaurant, according to a sign posted on the front of the building. They will serve traditional favorites, and vegan and gluten-free options.
Lucy has an existing location at 8301 Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring. They will face much less competition in Bethesda, as there are quite a few Ethiopian restaurants in Silver Spring. Bethesda has none.

26 comments:

Seriously though said...

How is this not plagiarism?

Anonymous said...

#oldnews

Roald said...

Looking forward to this!

Anonymous said...

this is plagiarism.

Robert Dyer said...

9:10: How do you "plagiarize" a sign posted in front of the business?

Skippy said...

Why are local bloggers always so sore about Dyer? I'm sure your blogs are great, but why constantly compare yourself to Dyer? Just feel good about your writing.

Anonymous said...


How do you know these intimate details 10:48AM?
"Robert noticed this himself and did not get the information from "

Would a "normal reader" not only take Dyer's side but go the extra step to make fun of another local news & info site? What's your "beef" with them, 10:48AM?

Anonymous said...

Skippy! You must be Skip from Bethesda Beat comments.

Anonymous said...

Now which one of them is Roald?

Anonymous said...

So how come you always insist other sites are plagiarizing you when they also have access to signs, emails, social media, and sources?

Anonymous said...

Ouch. Unintended consequences. 10:48. Unintended consequences.

Anonymous said...

Ethiopian food is disgusting.

Elm said...

Counting down to the comparison of blog templates.

"Anonymous" is obsessed with comparing his blog to Dyer's site.

Anonymous said...

"the comparison of blog templates"

LOL, you just outed yourself, you fool.

Anonymous said...

Why does Elm always assume other anonymous users run another site?

Steve said...

Thanks guys.
Read all about Lucy in our next "ethnic dining" issue. On newstands and in waiting rooms Summer 2018.

Anonymous said...

2:43PM Impersonating an actual person online may be considered criminal.
Don't be afraid to be yourself. There are people who can help you with that.

Anonymous said...

Missing Grapeseed, just wish the landlord could have worked something out for them to stay

Anonymous said...

Signs and email blasts are not plagarism. Noted.

Anonymous said...

Ok we will just have to keep track.

Anonymous said...

Stop deleting comments, Dyer. Are you that insecure?

Robert Dyer said...

6:12: It's not a matter of insecurity, it's just enforcing the comment policy by removing those that violate the rules, such as false/defamatory statements, gratuitous personal attacks or profanity, spam advertising competing websites, etc.

Anonymous said...

"it's just enforcing the comment policy by removing those that violate the rules, such as false/defamatory statements, gratuitous personal attacks or profanity, spam advertising other SNN websites, etc."

LOL

Anonymous said...

Please provide a link to this "comment policy" you speak of. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

By that logic many of your posts would be violations of your own policy.

Anonymous said...

Days and days go by and no answer to my question at 7:59.
Yesterday, I posted a comment to that effect and suggested that possibly no actual policy exists.
It was deleted.
Why?
No false statements, no defamation, no profanity, no personal attack, no mention of any other sites, no advertising.

I used to laugh at people who kept copies. Guess I learned something.

Why did you delete it?