Friday, March 16, 2018

Final hours of the Old Georgetown Rd. Safeway in Bethesda (Photos)

Location removed from
Safeway website

The Safeway store at 7625 Old Georgetown Road in Bethesda that is scheduled to close this month appeared to be in its final hours last night. Although it was open, a sign standing near the door said, "Your closest store is now 5000 Bradley Boulevard," a message you would ordinarily see once a business had closed. The Safeway website no longer lists the store as of this morning, suggesting it has officially closed - or that they don't want the average potential customer to go to this location.












10 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Eugene J said...

And clue what’s going to go in there next? Would be a great spot for a new whole foods which Bethesda needs.

Anonymous said...

Low ceilings compared to most Whole Foods. Not much natural daylight either. My hope is they could lower the floor a few feet and put in another multiplex cinema with 8 or so screens. Sort of like the Landmark on E Street, which is tucked into some rather shalllow ceiling heights.I think it is about the size of the Bethesda Row Cinema, so maybe a compact movie theatre is possible, if the auditoriums are not too large. Such a theatre would help envigorate the CBD, and add back some life to this part of town.

Anonymous said...

I hope the surly employees from that now-closed Safeway aren't being moved to the one on Arlington Road or I'll avoid that one too!

Anonymous said...

6:48 AM I'd love to see a theater in the safeway space, but the market will demand stadium seating these days.

Anonymous said...

OH MY GOD THEY SAID THEY WERE CLOSING IT AND THEY CLOSED! WHAAAAAAAT????!!!

Steve said...

Grabbed a handful of those Ravens shirts for the interns.

Anonymous said...

MORE FUCKING PHOTORHEA FROM THE DUMBASS DYER.

Anonymous said...

U mad bro?

Anonymous said...

Lowering the floor sounds easy.