A Mexican restaurant just off Columbia Pike has temporarily closed, with plans to reopen in the new year.
The owners of Cantina Mexicana, located at 922 S. Walter Reed Drive, told ARLnow.com they needed some time off after a family member suffered from a stroke.
“We’ll reopen sometime right after the new year, hopefully during the first week even,” said owner Gloria Arias.
Several ARLnow readers reached out and asked whether the restaurant had closed for good, after a sign was posted to the door saying the restaurant had closed on December 4 “due to a power failure.”
“We will be back, we just needed to take some family time,” said Richard, a restaurant employee.
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