The newest restaurant, Colada Shop, at Cabin John Village is scheduled to open on April 23rd. This will be the fourth location of the D.C.-based “fine-casual” eatery, whose slogan is “Come curious. Leave Cuban.”
According to The Store Reporter, “The menu will feature coffee and traditional Cuban fare, plus some new twists on the classics: chorizo and chickpea calderos, avocado tostadas, vegetarian Cuban sandwiches and plantain latkes." For happy hour, there will be will be piña coladas, mojitos and Caribbean-themed cocktails.
In a Washingtonian Magazinestory on the new restaurant, Jessica Sidman writes, “Chef/Partner Mario Monte will continue to serve up favorites." For the Potomac location, the chef has created new dishes that include, “plantain latkes and mojito-cured salmon.”
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This year marks a big milestone for EYA as the company is celebrating 30 years of creating distinctive new neighborhoods across the greater Washington area. Since 1992, EYA and its affiliated development companies have been building new homes that celebrate the best of modern design and urban lifestyles. We have welcomed more than 7,000 homeowners to over 45 new neighborhoods across Washington, DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia where our residents enjoy the best of life within walking distance®.
Dear Friends of EYA, 2021 turned out to be an incredible year. As it began, we were all concerned about what the future would bring. It seemed we had survived the worst of the pandemic, adapted to working remotely, and retooled much of our operations, especially sales, to a virtual world. We were optimistic about the future vaccines and the end of the pandemic. As 2021 progressed, the incredible development of the vaccines and the warm summer months brought a renewed sense of hope for a return to normal. In reality, it turned into a new normal. This new normal included variants that brought back Covid fears and renewed business uncertainty exacerbated by supply chain woes and challenged delivery schedules.