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Bethesda/Chevy Chase


Bethesda and Chevy Chase are known as a great destination for ethnic restaurants, unique boutiques, home décor shops and artistic, trendy hot spots. From award- winning theatre to independent films, downtown Bethesda’s Arts and Entertainment District is filled with inspiring artists and venues.


Strathmore Mansion in North Bethesda is sometimes described as “Montgomery County’s home for the arts.” Year-round visitors enjoy art exhibitions, concert series of chamber music, folk music and jazz, afternoon musical teas, performances for children and outdoor concerts all in a beautiful Georgian-style mansion with exquisite outdoor grounds. Next to the Strathmore Mansion you’ll find the Music Center at Strathmore. This magnificent structure houses a 2,000-seat concert hall which welcomes world renowned performers, and the connecting state-of- the-art education center features music and dance classes, workshops and seminars for students of all ages.


The Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club features live jazz and authentic New Orleans Cuisine.


Friendship Heights/Chevy Chase: Easily accessible on the Metro Red Line, shoppers will find a broad variety of stores, boutiques and spas in this district located on the border of Washington, D.C. The high end shopper will indulge in Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and other luxury brands at The Collection at Chevy Chase. Fill your “big brown bag” at Bloomingdales and stop by Whole Foods Market for lunch at the Shops at Wisconsin Place.


6 Montgomery County, MD Visitor Guide • www.visitmontgomery.com


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