Restaurants

Harvest Diner & Grill closes its doors at the Dulles Town Center

The restaurant had a breakfast and brunch-focused menu.

Harvest Diner & Grill, a restaurant that specialized in breakfast and brunch dishes, has closed up shop after a little more than five months in business. It was located in the parking lot outside the Dulles Town Center mall, in the building that previously was the Green Turtle Sports Bar & Grille.

A sign posted on the door broke the news.

“We created this new restaurant concept in hopes that it would meet certain sales expectations,” the note read in part. “Unfortunately, it did not generate the expected sales. After working hard for the last 6 months, our team has made the decision to close.”

No word on what might take over that space. Meanwhile, the former Macaroni Grill space sits vacant nearby, more than two years after it closed.

(Thanks to reader Kent Baker for the news tip.)

4 Comments
  1. Rose Stiles 3 years ago
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    I am not surprised. We ate there once and the service was awful, slow, incomplete orders and there were only 2 other tables occupied .

    • ANNE WILLIAMS 3 years ago
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      Same thing happened to us. We finally gave up and left without eating.

  2. Juicy Bruce 3 years ago
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    The Dulles Town Center could revive itself with more relevant stores, such as an Apple Store. Its abundance of stores selling scented candles and hand cream will never pull shoppers away from Amazon.

  3. Chandra 3 years ago
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    It’s obviously unfashionable to dine out nowadays in the nation’s wealthiest county. The chic brown bag their lunch and perhaps ‘buy’ a small drink if they don’t bring water from home, to sustain their shopping trips to the DULLEST Mall ever, Dulles TC. I heard Mac Grill was the SLOWEST Mac Grill in the nation and no restaurant will replace it, most likely it’ll become a data center satellite station.

    Customer service is nonexistent, so no wonder everyone shops online–down side to that is I can’t get packages delivered because our USPO employees can’t read, and if they do, they can’t understand what they’re reading.

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