Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Columbia Mall Getting Two Restaurants ... And An OIl & Vinegar Store Over The Next Year

The Columbia Mall is getting two new restaurants and a store that specializes in vinegars and oils, and the Baltimore Sun seems to have re-printed the press release.

Coming in November: Secolari, a store that sells olive oil, vinegar, other foods, and bath products.  There is apparently one in Bethesda already.

Coming over the next year:  Seasons 52 and Zoe's Kitchen.  They both look like small thoughtful chains.  Anyone have thoughts on them?


7 comments:

Elizabeth @ The Bare Midriff said...

I love oil and vinegar shops! The flavor infusions are fun and tantalizing, and always inspire me to cook! Can't wait for the store to open! Thanks for the info!

Adam said...

Seasons 52 specializes in under 600 calories dishes, which Ive heard are great.

w00py said...

Seasons 52 is good. Under 600 calories is about right. The downside is the portions are definitely smaller. They have a special menu that changes once a week. Lot's of good wines. They're owned by the same company that owns capital grille. There's a location in Rockville.

C a s e y said...

Secolari, the olive oil and vinegar store, had a kiosk near Williams Sonoma last fall. Glad to hear they'll have a year-round store now. Their lemon olive oil and pacific spice vinegar are wonderful.

Andrea said...

There's a Zoe's Kitchen in Annapolis. Mostly sandwiches and salads. It's good--they have fantastic hummus. So glad to be getting a few new things...now for a Lebanese Taverna!

lindyc13 said...

I have been to both Season's 52 and Zoe's. Yummy food, but different types. Zoe's reminds me of a panera with different/healthier options.

Season's 52 is unique because they change their menu weekly.

K8teebug said...

I have been to Seasons 52 in Orlando and loved it! I used to go there with my Grandma. If it's the same olive oil and vinegar store that's in Bethesda Row, we're in for a treat!