After operating for three months with strictly curbside pick-up, Trouble & Sons Pizzeria and Italian restaurant, 133 E Silver Spring Dr., will be welcoming diners back to their dining room beginning Feb. 12, just in time for Valentine’s Day weekend.
The restaurant, established in October of 2018 by Moxie owners Anne Marie Arroyo and Tamela Greene, will continue to offer and promote curbside service. However, they have also made the decision to open the restaurant’s expansive dining area at a 50% capacity.
“We will continue to maintain the high level of safety protocol that was in place prior to last November’s closing, including adhering to capacity and mask requirements,” notes Greene, “But we feel the time is right to begin a slow, steady and careful return to regular operations.”
Seating will be available for parties of six or less only. Reservations are recommended and can be made online.
Arroyo says that because of its limited space, the MOXIE dining room will remain closed for the time being.
“However, our curbside service is still going strong,” she said, “And the MOXIE Speakeasy is a popular evening destination for guests who want to enjoy a warm drink on the heated patio while they wait for their food.”
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