COLUMBIA, MD — Fewer than 3 many years after opening, ShopHouse will be closing for great at The Shopping mall in Columbia. The build-your-very own Asian dish cafe will serve its final patrons at 10 p.m. on March 17.
ShopHouse has been portion of the open-air plaza at the Columbia shopping mall considering that August 2014.
Mother or father corporation Chipotle hoped to do for Asian foodstuff what it did for Mexican, but it failed to quite function out.
The business announced recently that it would shutter all 15 ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen places to eat by March 17.
ShopHouse was not able to produce sufficient product sales to justify potential investment, Chipotle mentioned in its most modern yearly report.
The rapid-casual restaurant serves customizable noodle, rice and salad bowls with assorted toppings and tamarind, peanut, curry and chili sauces.
The restaurant’s name arrives from the fashion of architecture in Southeast Asia in which family members stay upstairs and work eating places downstairs, termed “shophouses.”
The initial Chipotle-owned ShopHouse opened in Dupont Circle in 2011. Considering the fact that then, ShopHouse has expanded to other areas in the District of Columbia and a handful of states like Maryland, California and Illinois.
In the tumble, Chipotle explained that the corporation experienced “determined not to make investments further more in acquiring and expanding the ShopHouse brand name and will go after strategic solutions.”
“We now have a deal in location to sell the ShopHouse leases and imagine that is the suitable decision at this time,” Chris Arnold, a spokesman for Chipotle, told Nation’s Cafe News a lot more lately.
The Columbia ShopHouse will near at 10 p.m. on Friday, March 17, at The Mall in Columbia, 10300 Minimal Patuxent Parkway, Columbia. Other Maryland areas are in Bethesda, North Bethesda and Silver Spring.