Asian-inspired food hall The Block comes to Pike & Rose

The Block food hall will serve Asian Street Food at Pike & Rose in North Bethesda and will feature communal tables (photo courtesy The Block).

The Block food hall will open an 8,500-square-foot location at Pike & Rose in North Bethesda in 2019 (photo courtesy The Block).

Renderings of the build out for The Block show a large, two-level space designed around a main floor bar (photo courtesy The Block).

 

The Block food hall is the latest announcement in new restaurants coming to North Bethesda’s Pike & Rose (photo courtesy The Block).

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WASHINGTON — The restaurants just keep coming to North Bethesda’s Pike & Rose, with the latest edition serving up Asian Street Food.

The Block, an Annandale, Virginia, food hall will open an 8,500-square-foot location at Pike & Rose at 967 Rose Avenue in 2019.

The announcement said the Pike & Rose location will include communal tables and offer diners Asian street food, Taiwanese Snocream, Hawaiian poke bowls by Pokeworks and more.

Renderings of the build-out show a large, two-level space designed around a main floor bar.

This week, Nando’s Peri-Peri opened its newest D.C.-area location at Pike & Rose, joining a dozen other restaurants, both fast casual and formal at the development, with at least eight other restaurants coming soon.

Federal Realty Investment Trust’s Pike & Rose development also includes a Canopy Hotel by Hilton. Its Hilton’s second Canopy property — the other is at The Wharf. The development also includes several retailers, including L.L. Bean, REI, H&M and Bluemercury, an iPic movie theater and four apartment and condominium developments, as well as offices.

It also has a rooftop farm from D.C.-based Up Top Acres, which sells produce to Pike & Rose residents and office workers.

Jeff Clabaugh

Jeff Clabaugh has spent 20 years covering the Washington region's economy and financial markets for WTOP as part of a partnership with the Washington Business Journal, and officially joined the WTOP newsroom staff in January 2016.

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