Restaurant taking over College Park Dunkin' Donuts has a name and projected opening

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You'll soon be enjoying twisted classics in this space.
  • You'll soon be enjoying twisted classics in this space.

You'll soon be enjoying twisted classics in this space.
Image via College Park Community Paper

We've got College Park food news boiling over today. Earlier we reported the opening of RusTeak, and now we've got the scoop on the restaurant that's taking over the Dunkin' Donuts space on Edgewater Drive.

In an earlier Tip Jar, we reported that Julie Casey, a restaurant consultant formerly employed by Darden, would be serving up her version of "twisted classics" in the former donut shop space. Today, we got a name for the new eatery, which plans to open its doors in January: the Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen.

Casey runs the Restaurant Mom, a consulting company that works with restaurants to increase their return on investment by focusing on the family aspect of dining. So we can assume that the Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen will be an ideal place for adults and kids alike.

We look forward to learning more about the space and kind of hope Casey serves her own twist on the donut, as a nod to her new restaurant's former tenant.


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