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Maple to Expand; Leek May Be Closed for Good

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS— PoPville had the first word that Maple has plans to expand. Eater followed up to learn more: according to owners Eric Gronning and Lori Robertson, their plans to move into the now-closed Columbia Heights Coffee space will mean more room for the restaurant. They'll double their indoor seating capacity, add a private events space and start taking reservations once there is more room. The restaurant is also planning a outdoor patio in the back, and a kitchen renovation. Expect an opening by spring. [PoP, EaterWire]

ARLINGTON— Maybe those renovations weren't actually renovations? Leek American Bistro hasn't reopened for business, despite saying they were going to last week. ARLNOW says the place appears to be closed. [ARLNOW]

ARLINGTON— The Arlington location of RedRocks is planning to host a craft beer series on Thursdays, beginning Nov. 21. They'll host brewers from 5:30-8:30 p.m. who will pour beer and tell their stories. Reps from Port City Brewing, Anchor Brewing and Flying Dog Brewing are scheduled to appear. [EaterWire]

Maple DC [Photo: Facebook]

Leek American Bistro

801 N Quincy Street, Falls Church, VA 22044 571-312-4036

Maple

3418 11th St. NW Washington, DC

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