A cafe proposed along Leesburg Pike wants to add a late-night option to Tysons’ growing food scene and after-hours options.
The cafe would occupy the main level of a two-story building at 7787 Leesburg Pike, according to county documents. The restaurant would be open from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 a.m. every day, according to the proposal.
The site, which used to house a United Bank branch, is in the southeast corner of the Leesburg Pike and I-495 interchange and north of George Marshall High School. It is located within Tysons’ East Side neighborhood.
According to the plans, the site provides 36 parking spaces, with the cafe expecting to use 20 of those spots.
“Since most of the use of the restaurant will be during the evening hours, then the main operation hours will be outside the peak (rush) traffic flow for the area,” the applicant said. “It is not anticipated to change the overall traffic level for the existing Leesburg Pike.”
The county’s Planning Commission is set to consider the proposed restaurant in late June.
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