Neighborhood Series: Bethesda

Beauty at your (and their) fingertips

Bethesda and Chevy Chase are close-knit communities growing rapidly by the day, and the area is rich in salons and spas. There are many friendly, personable people like Fred Baniels at Bubbles Salon and Cecilia Greene of Perez Salon and Spa ready and willing to make you feel gorgeous.

A future under construction

Bethesda and Chevy Chase may be some of the oldest areas in the metro area, but stores and restaurants will be entering the area within the next year, making it one of the more happening parts of the area.

Go exercise your purchasing power

Both the Bethesda and Chevy Chase neighborhoods have great opportunities for upscale shopping, as well as smaller places to find all of your needs. Here are some great places to check out if you’re up for an afternoon of shopping.

Living it up

Your guide to apartment living.

Where to learn; where to pray

If you’re looking to move to the area and are wondering where to send your children for school, or perhaps where to worship, the Bethesda and Chevy Chase neighborhoods have some great schools, churches and temples.

Dining, inside and out

If you’re looking for some great places to eat while visiting the Bethesda and Chevy Chase neighborhoods, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re with a family or a date, both areas offer plenty of options. Try out these six places the next time you’re up for a great happy hour or some good outdoor dining.