Noodles & Company closes in Cascades Marketplace

It’s the latest in a string of closures at the shopping center.

It appears another restaurant has closed in the struggling Cascades Marketplace shopping center in Sterling. Word has come in that Noodles & Company closed its doors on Tuesday.

The restaurant has disappeared from the main Noodles website. Its Google and Yelp listings say it’s permanently closed. A call to the restaurant was re-routed to a centralized call center. And an employee in a neighboring business confirmed Noodles was gone.

Image: Noodles & Company

Less than a month ago, the Senor Tequila’s Mexican restaurant closed in Cascades Marketplace. In the past year or so, the Corner Bakery Cafe and the Boston Market restaurants also closed, as did the Pier One home decor. Well before that — the Famous Dave’s barbecue restaurant and the Baja Fresh fast-casual Mexican restaurant closed and those spaces have been vacant for years.

The Burn reached out to the landlord of the shopping center to try and get more information about Noodles & Company closing and future plans for the center. Stay tuned.

(Image at top: Google Maps)

  1. Anon 4 years ago

    *cue music* “another one bites the dust”… this shopping center has been struggling for years. The NoVa area is over saturated with mixed-use complex’s that offer more than Cascades Marketplace.

    Calling it now.. this marketplace will be reZoned for more housing (like we need more).

    • Anonymous 4 years ago

      I disagree honestly. It still has a place as a neighborhood center

  2. Kerry Nolan 4 years ago

    Don’t forget Quiznos left there as well

    • Duncan Idaho 4 years ago

      The Quiznos was by the other Giant on Dranesville.

  3. Buck a bottle of suds at Bungelows 4 years ago

    My guess is that C MarketPlace will be bulldozed and a sprawling data center will be installed as they are all over Eastern Loudoun. I can recall back in the ancient era when the Eastern Regional Library and Home Depot were all that stood on the grange….

    Marshalls and Giant, Home Depot and…that’s about it, keep the ghost mall kicking. Too bad.

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