Less than two months after closing, Dawson’s Market in Rockville Town Square has reopened its doors under new ownership. The independent grocery store is now run by former director of operations Bart Yablonsky. He notes in a recent press release that the community was been very supportive of his decision to reopen Dawson’s Market and is excited for what’s to come. “It’s clear that the community feels strongly about having a quality, specialty grocer in downtown Rockville. I’m very excited about the next chapter of Dawson’s and look forward to maintaining strong community partnerships,” notes Yablonsky.
While Dawson’s Market will stay true to its local, organic roots, it will expand its product mix to include national brands so that the market will be the go-to store for everything on one’s grocery list. They will also carry household items and have an expanded wine, beer and prepared food selection.
Dawson’s will continue to provide a full calendar of events—from free beer and wine tastings, live music in the café, a monthly opportunity to Meet the Locals Vendor Fair as well as their famous Jazz Brunch.
Location: 225 N. Washington St, in the Rockville Town Square. For more information and a full listing of events, visit DawsonsMarket.com.