WASHINGTON, DC (WJZ) — A Michelin Star restaurant in Washington D.C. is temporarily closing in part due to cicada season.'It's Terrible': Frustrated Parents In Anne Arundel County React To School Bus Driver Shortages, Officials Say They Are Working To Resolve Problem
With 80% percent of their dining being outdoors in a garden area, cicadas could become an issue for diners, he told them.READ MORE: 25-Year-Old Pennsylvania Man Sentenced To Six Years In Federal Prison For Selling Methamphetamine In Cecil County
Silverman said those with reservations can reschedule them with their sister restaurant Rose’s Luxury.MORE NEWS: Jessup Man Arrested On Five Counts Of Child Pornography
Popville posted the email the restaurant sent to those with reservations.