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Another New Restaurant Coming to Hunters Woods Village Center

by Dave Emke — July 17, 2017 at 10:15 am 11 Comments

An application has been filed with Fairfax County to bring another new restaurant to the Hunters Woods Village Center.

Under the permit name “Mingtong Huang,” the application for a new restaurant at 2260-B Hunters Woods Plaza was processed earlier this month. Attempts to reach the applicant and plaza management for additional information about the incoming restaurant have been unsuccessful.

The site at the plaza, between Rite-Aid and Buffalo Wing Factory, was most recently the home of Mathnasium. Prior to that, it housed Reston Tailoring for nearly 30 years.

Several new restaurants have already opened in the plaza this year, including Kung Fu Tea, King Pollo and Pista House Indian Cuisine.

  • Wings!!

    Sure would be nice if a Hooters filed an application. Would be nice to get a cold beer and plate of wings while I watch the Nats win.

    #HootersForReston

    • RVA_101

      It’s always a bit ironically funny when people complain big chains are taking over little ol Reston, but when it comes to the tits and beer chain, Reston needs it absolutely positively. Stay classy, RestonNow.

      • Oh it’s true

        You telling RestonNow to stay classy while using a corse term for a part of the female anatomy is ironic.

        • Why do you bother?

          At least she can spell.

      • Mike M

        Hold on slick! Reston had chain restaurants before the ongoing Manhattanization.

      • The Constitutionalist

        Why do you say tits and beer like they’re bad things? I personally love all three.

  • Guest

    I would gladly settle for a Twin Peaks bar & restaurant if a Hooters franchise was not available…

  • Evidently

    I have been wondering why we can’t have a dollar store! Hunters Woods would be perfect for a dollar store.

    • The Constitutionalist

      Herndon would be a better place. Reston needs a $2 store.

      • 40yearsinreston

        more like a 50cent store

        • The Constitutionalist

          Why, so you could shop there?

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