This is a reminder from the Commander of the 2nd Police District, Dave Falcinelli, about how to prevent crime during the busy holiday season.
The 24th annual Taste of Bethesda is scheduled for Saturday, October 5, 2013!
More than 50 restaurants and five stages of entertainment will take over the heart of Bethesda’s Woodmont Triangle on October 5 for the annual Taste of Bethesda. It’s all happening on Norfolk, Fairmont, St. Elmo, Cordell and Del Ray aves. from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Admission is free. Tickets will be sold onsite to “taste” different foods; tickets are $5 for four tickets and a serving costs one to four tickets.
The event is just three blocks from the Bethesda Metro station. Free parking is also available in downtown Bethesda’s public garages. Visitors can take the free Bethesda Circulator to and from the Bethesda Metro station and public garages.
The festival, produced by the Bethesda Urban Partnership, celebrates 24 years of diverse and delectable cuisine this year.
4935 Bar & Kitchen * The Barking Dog * Benihana
BGR The Burger Joint * BlackFinn American Saloon
Boloco * Brasserie Monte Carlo * Café Deluxe
Chef Tony's * Domino's Pizza * Dunkin' Donuts
Flanagan's Harp & Fiddle * Flaxella Café & Restaurant
Freddy's Lobster * Georgetown Cupcake
Gringos & Mariachis * Haagen-Dazs
Hanaro * Hard Times Cafe * Haven Pizzeria
Himalayan Heritage * Honest Tea * Jaleo * Jetties
Kabob Bazaar * Kadhai * Kraze Burger * Lilit Café
Louisiana Kitchen & Bayou Bar * Luke's Lobster
Mia's Pizzas * Mamma Lucia * Mussel Bar & Grille
Naked Pizza * Olazzo * Original Pancake House * The Parva
Passage to India * Penang Malaysian Cuisine
Quartermaine Coffee Roasters * Rock Bottom Restaurant
Roof Bethesda * Ruth's Chris Steak House * Shangri-La
Share Wine Lounge & Small Plate Bistro * Smoke BBQ
Smoothie King * Spring Mill Bread Co. * Tandoori Nights
Tout de Sweet * Uncle Julio's * Union Jack's British Pub
Congratulations to Sedearia Wilson-Jackson who was recognized Tuesday as "Outstanding Civilian Employee" of the Bethesda District Police Station by the B-CC Rotary Club, County Police Chief Tom Manager, and Commander David Falcinelli.
For exceptional service to the public and outstanding support to officers of the station, Ms. Wilson-Jackson received a certificate, a Westfield Montgomery gift card, and had her name inscribed on a plaque on display in the Station lobby.
L-R: Cmdr. David Falcinelli, Chief Tom Manger, Sedearia Wilson-Jackson, RSC Director Ken Hartman, and BCC Rotary Club President George Nash