Photo by Zoe Stern/Main Street Takoma

Seoul Food D.C. will move to 7302 Carroll Ave. in Takoma Park, the former location of MAD Fitness, according to an announcement from the Old Takoma Business Association.

The restaurant currently operates in an Exxon station on University Boulevard in Wheaton. The business, owned and operated by Anna and J.P. Goree, started as a food truck in Washington D.C. and Arlington, Va. in August, 2011 and opened its current location in June, 2013.

The menu features Korean and Japanese dishes along with Asian fusion options, including vegetarian and vegan choices, using locally sourced, seasonal, and organic ingredients.

In its new location, Seoul Food D.C. plans to offer beer and wine.

Construction has begun on the restaurant, which is expected to open in the first quarter of 2018.

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Seoul Food D.C. restaurant moving to Takoma Park

Mike Diegel

Co-Founder/Editor at Source of the Spring
Mike Diegel, a founding member of Source of the Spring, is a Silver Spring advocate who has been appointed by the county executive to several committees and task forces. He currently is a member of the Silver Spring Arts & Entertainment District Advisory Committee. His background is in journalism and he earned a bachelor of arts in communications from McDaniel College. He is self-employed as a communications consultant and is an active volunteer with Appalachian Great Pyrenees Rescue. He has lived for more than 20 years in Northwood/Four Corners with his wife Trish and multiple Great Pyrenees dogs. He is better known around Silver Spring as the Guy with the Big White Dogs.
Seoul Food D.C. restaurant moving to Takoma Park

Seoul Food D.C. restaurant moving to Takoma Park

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