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Park Lane Tavern in Clarendon Has Closed

Eight months after opening, Park Lane Tavern (3227 Washington Blvd) in Clarendon has closed.

The European-inspired pub, which offered reasonably-priced pan-Euro cuisine and a sizable collection of beers and whiskeys from across the pond, opened in February in a location not far from the Clarendon Metro but well off the beaten path. It was the company’s third Park Lane Tavern, with existing locations in Fredericksburg and Hampton, Va.

Skepticism about the restaurant surviving in a more competitive, urban environment was apparently warranted, though it was generally well-reviewed on Yelp.

While a sign on the door today suggested the closure was temporary, equipment could be seen being hauled out of the restaurant this morning. An employee who answered the phone confirmed that the closure was permanent.

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