Among the several new merchants opening their doors at The Crossing Clarendon in Arlington, VA this year is Maison Cheryl, a New American restaurant celebrating its roots in the French culinary tradition. Created by Chef Bobby Maher — a culinary savant and businessman with a background in classic French techniques — the concept will focus on fresh, local food as the cornerstone of the restaurant.
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Slated to open in Summer 2021 and serve high end food with a casual ambiance, Maison Cheryl seeks to be a place where customers will feel comfortable wearing jeans and a t-shirt while enjoying a gourmet meal. Elevated by visual aesthetics including hardwood floors with a darker stain, modern exposed brick and vibrant greenery, the restaurant strives to be a “modern yet nostalgic” experience that makes customers feel right at home.
We are absolutely elated to welcome Maison Cheryl to The Crossing Clarendon,” said April Laney, Senior Leasing Agent. “With a menu to die for and a beautiful, inviting environment to boot, we’re anticipating absolutely incredible feedback from our community, and definitely expect the concept to become a staple for The Crossing.
An iconic 10-acre hub located just steps from the metro on one of the best shopping streets in Arlington, The Crossing Clarendon is anchored by key retailers including Whole Foods, Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, Apple, Framebridge, Lululemon, Lilly Pulitzer, Soulcycle, Crate & Barrel and more.
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