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.”
We are excited to introduce a new way to experience the Townhomes at Cabin John Village with a self-guided tour of our unique, end-unit home, the Cypress I model (lot 40). This move-in-ready home offers amazing woodland views as well as modern design with open floorplan, personal elevator, rooftop terrace and many more luxurious features. The self-guided tours offers you an innovative option to walk through the home with privacy and convenience. When reserving a time to tour, you will have the option to pick a day and time that works best for you. Whether you want to book ahead or are in the neighborhood and want to stop by, access is just a few clicks away. Simple to book, easy to tour, and convenient -- this is home shopping made easy.
The greater DC metro area has a vast array of incredible walking/biking trails. From the scenic Mount Vernon Trail winding along the Potomac River to the leafy Capital Crescent Trail connecting Georgetown to Bethesda, there are many popular trails that provide endless recreation for cyclists and pedestrians and vital paths for commuters who bike to work.
In this week’s Real Estate section, The Washington Post highlighted increased demand for new construction homes. Post reporter, Carisa Crawford Chappell said, “New construction has become the saving grace for a growing number of buyers drawn into the market by historically low mortgage rates fighting over a dwindling inventory of existing homes. And now that unfulfilled demand for resale homes is spurring a boom in the home-building market.”