Small Bites: Gusto Farm to Street Will Open Next Week in Westfield Montgomery Mall

Gusto Farm to Street readies to open its Westfield Montgomery mall location

Local fast casual Gusto Farm to Street is getting ready to open in its third location. Its Westfield Montgomery mall restaurant, in the dining terrace between Chipotle and Cava, will open next week, a company spokeswoman said.

The restaurant, which serves fast-fired pizzas and salads, will open from 5 to 8 p.m. Sept. 4. For the first night, Gusto will offer each customer a free meal, though the restaurant will accept cash donations to Rockville nonprofit Nourish Now.

Starting Sept. 5, Gusto will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day other than Sundays, when it will close at 9 p.m.

The restaurant has locations on Woodmont Avenue in downtown Bethesda and on Fenton Street in downtown Silver Spring. The chain is planning to add locations in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., in the next two years.

TapaBar starts unlimited brunch program

After starting to serve brunch this year, Bethesda’s TapaBar has switched up its menu, offering a new unlimited brunch every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The brunch includes pan tumaca, tortilla Espanola and smoky aioli, as well as American items such as Salmon Benedict and smoked Applewood bacon.

Brunch is $30 per person for unlimited tapas and $15 for unlimited mimosas and bloody Marys. Individually priced items are also available.

TapaBar recently expanded its hours after neighboring Bold Bite moved down the street. Credit: Joe Zimmermann

Mon Ami Gabi hosts Taste of Lettuce dinner

Restaurant group Lettuce Entertain You is showcasing food from eight of its D.C. area restaurants at a dinner event at Mon Ami Gabi next month. The Taste of Lettuce will offer a five-course reception and dinner with wine pairings, featuring food like Alaskan king crab rolls from Summer House Santa Monica and barbecue pork bahn mi from Big Bowl.

The dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs $75 per person.

 

 

As featured in Bethesda Magazine 

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