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185 Bethesda Area and 39 Pike District Restaurants Are Open During COVID-19 Health Crisis

For Immediate Release: Friday, March 27, 2020

Although dine-in restaurant service throughout Maryland has been banned during the COVID-19 health crisis by order of Governor Larry Hogan, more than 185 restaurants in the Bethesda area and 39 restaurants in the North Bethesda’s Pike District are offering curbside pickup, takeout and delivery during the crisis.

The list of open restaurants in the Bethesda and Pike District areas were compiled by the Bethesda Urban Partnership and the Pike District marketing team.

The open restaurants in the Bethesda area can be found at https://www.bethesda.org/dining-guide.

The open restaurants in the Pike District of North Bethesda can be found at https://pikedistrict.org/dining-update.

“As we all do our part to follow necessary health directives to slow the spread of COVID-19, we can help support restaurants and businesses who have been hit particularly hard by ordering take-out and delivery,” said County Councilmember Andrew Friedson, who represents Council District 1 that includes the Bethesda area. “Restaurants and food businesses don’t just employ our friends, family, and neighbors. They are our friends, families and neighbors. Let’s help them keep the lights on as much as we can during this difficult time.”

A list of restaurants throughout the County that remain open during the crisis can be found at the mocoeats.com website at https://visitmontgomery.com/restaurant-directory/

For the latest updates, visit the County’s COVID-19 website and follow Montgomery County on Facebook @MontgomeryCountyInfo and Twitter @MontgomeryCoMD.

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Release ID: 20-133
Media Contact: Neil H. Greenberger 240-205-1915