Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a new Asian fusion eatery is set to open in June at Idylwood Plaza.
Bing & Bao, a casual restaurant offering Chinese street food, will move into a vacant spot at 7505 Leesburg Pike, according to a company spokesperson.
Since the eatery doesn’t have outdoor seating and won’t be able to serve sit-down meals, the spokesperson said that Bing & Bao will only offer carryout at first.
For anyone seeking a job, the location is also hiring. People can find contact information on the eatery’s website.
Due to concerns about large gatherings, the spokesperson also said it might not host a grand opening celebration.
Going forward, the spokesperson said that eatery staff will be mindful of mandates and will reevaluate the situation as need-be.
Photo via Bing and Bao/Facebook
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