Thursday, March 08, 2018

Commonwealth Indian restaurant to open at Pike & Rose

A second new restaurant tenant to report at Pike & Rose this week. Commonwealth Indian will open in the vacant La Madeleine space at 11610 Old Georgetown Road. Not only will Commonwealth have favorites like curry chicken and butter chicken, but the full bar and drink menu will offer Indian beers, Indian wines and Indian cocktails. A champagne brunch will be served on weekends.

Like the previously-announced Kusshi, Commonwealth appears to be a local, independent restaurant as opposed to a chain. No opening date for Commonwealth was announced.

9 comments:

Roald said...

Big, big, big

Anonymous said...

You whine when the other outlet runs something after you and doesn't credit you, but when they run something first you never mention that. Such a massive hypocrite.

Anonymous said...

8:05am arguing about press releases again?

Anonymous said...

8:05 AM/8:56 AM Keep throwing tantrums about press releases, we'll keep reading Dyer's content. No one else cares about your jealousy of Dyer. You're embarrassing yourself.

Anonymous said...

9:07 Stop being retarded

Anonymous said...

Put the press release down and take a break from the internet for a while.

Anonymous said...

A trip down Memory Lane with Tampon Bob...

Judge Not Intimidated By MoCo Cartel, Purple Line Near Death

"Be careful what you wish for. The Montgomery County political cartel demanded U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon issue a ruling immediately in the Purple Line case. Leon did today, and delivered a strong rebuke of federal, Maryland and Montgomery County officials. His ruling reiterates that study of Metro's declining ridership and safety issues must be done before he will allow the Purple Line project to move forward."

"The judgement is a near-fatal blow to the Purple Line light rail project, which would connect Bethesda to New Carrollton in its newest iteration, one that strongly favored developers with real estate interests along the planned route...

"Many are probably wishing they had kept their mouths shut today. The Purple Line is not dead, because there are literally billions in developer profits hanging in the balance. Look for the MoCo cartel to pull out every stop in their playbook. But they can't get around the judge's ruling - they must study the real problems of Metro, and there is no shortage of those."

Anonymous said...

And what does that have to do with the new restaurant?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Dyer can you post any updates regarding the county meeting in regards to the Montrose Parkway East extention in the White Flint area???? Please and Thank You.....