(Updated at 2:05 p.m. on 6/19/19) This fall, shoppers and diners in Tysons will have new shops and restaurants to check out at The Boro development.
The development by The Meridian Group has curated a growing list of retailers and restaurants over the last several months, including a 14-screen ShowPlace ICON Theatre, onsite food hall and brewery and recently announced F45 gym.
According to Caroline Flax, an associate at the Meridian Group, here what’s coming soon to The Boro:
Restaurants, eateries and grocery stores:
- Whole Foods
- Akira Ramen
- Poki DC
- North Italia
- Flower Child
- Bluestone Lane
- Paris Baguette
- Tropical Smoothie Cafe
- Tasty Kabob
- Fish Taco
Retailers, services, fitness and entertainment:
The places are expected to open this fall through spring 2020, a spokesman for The Boro, told Tysons Reporter.
The 70,000 square-foot flagship Whole Foods is expected to open this fall.
Image via The Meridian Group
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