Eleanor brings restaurant, bowling, Pac-Man to downtown Silver Spring

The Eleanor in Silver Spring includes locally sourced food, including a raw bar and wood-fired flatbreads; craft beers, and its retro arcade, which includes games such as Pacman, as well as Skee-Ball, mini bowling lanes, a mini-crane and miniature basketball. (Courtesy The Eleanor)

The Eleanor, a combination vintage arcade, bar and restaurant which opened in D.C.’s Ivy City neighborhood a little more than a year ago, has opened an outpost in downtown Silver Spring.

The 7,700-square-foot bar, restaurant and arcade is at 955 Ellsworth Drive, in The Peterson Companies’ Downtown Silver Spring development, two blocks from the Silver Spring Metro.

It replaces Lincoln’s BBQ which closed two years ago.

Anchors include Whole Foods Market and Regal Majestic Theater Stadium 20, as well as several other restaurants, the AFI Silver Theatre and The Fillmore.

The Eleanor in Silver Spring includes locally sourced food, including a raw bar and wood-fired flatbreads; craft beers, and its retro arcade, which includes games such as Pac-Man, as well as Skee-Ball, mini bowling lanes, a mini-crane and miniature basketball.

The Silver Spring location serves dinner and a late-night menu now, and will introduce lunch and brunch in coming weeks.

Here’s a link to the Silver Spring Eleanor menu.

The 7,700-square-foot bar, restaurant and arcade is at 955 Ellsworth Drive, in The Peterson Companies’ Downtown Silver Spring development, two blocks from the Silver Spring Metro. (Courtesy The Eleanor)

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