Champps Americana abruptly closed its doors at Plaza America on Wednesday. Management has wasted no time moving on – the outdoor sign is gone and the interior has been dismantled.
So it is time for the popular Reston pastime – what should open here?
Champps’ location is a piece of prime real estate. It is a large, two-floor restaurant space (Champps locations are all between 5,000 and 8,000 square feet, company officials said) located close to the future Wiehle-Reston East Metro and Reston Parkway.
Champps had occupied that location since Plaza America opened in 1995.
So, what would you like to see here? Tell us in the comments.
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The Ravel Dance Studio will re-open for fall classes 2020. The school will offer in person and virtual online instruction. With over 5000 sq. ft. to social distance the school has added air ionization filtration systems, ballet barres, acrylic dividers, hands free bathrooms, strict monitoring and more.
The Ravel Dance Studio will produce a Nutcracker Ballet Hollywood style video through the Reston Community CenterStage. REGISTRATION online begins August 17.
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