Report: Le Pain Quotidien Closes Reston Town Center Location

Another Reston Town Center restaurant has closed its doors.

Le Pain Quotidien, a French-style coffee shop and bakery, has closed its location at 11909 Democracy Drive.

The restaurant first opened in November 2017.

According to The Burn, a hyperlocal news blog, Le Pain Quotidien did not reopen after the first wave of coronavirus-related closures.

The company has slowly begun to reopen locations in New York and the West Coast.

A company representative did not immediately return a request for comment.

Photo via Le Pain Quotidien

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