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“Starting today, the business side of Laurel Avenue, Takoma Park will be closed to vehicular traffic in order to create the Takoma Streetery”


“Note: Photo taken before COVID-19. Masks and social distancing in place now. Photo credit Sam Kittner.”

From Takoma Main Street:

“Starting today, the business side of Laurel Avenue, Takoma Park will be closed to vehicular traffic in order to create the Takoma Streetery – an area for visitors and businesses to spread out to allow for social distancing.

This repurposed public space will offer a community patio, restaurant dining areas, outdoor retail spots and a pedestrian walkway. For additional information on this initiative, read more here.

Find outdoor dining options available

throughout the Takoma commercial district at Spring Mill Bread Co, Mark’s Kitchen, Cielo Rojo, Trattoria Da Lina, Carpe Diem Pizzeria, Busboys and Poets, The Girl and the Vine, Roscoe’s Pizzeria and Takoma Beverage Co. Coming soon: Great Shoals Winery Tasting Room, Takoma Station Tavern and The Olive Lounge.”

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