Don’t Miss the Huge Sidewalk Sale in Bethesda This Weekend

Photograph of an event at Bethesda Row by Jeff Elkins

Live music and summer sales will take over Bethesda Row for a three-day shopping extravaganza. The event will bring together 30 local retailers and restaurants, which are set to participate with samples, giveaways, and deals.

The sale will take place on the pedestrian-friendly Bethesda Lane with additional events and promotions planned for individual stores throughout the Bethesda Row shopping center. Discounts will be available at stores such as Kendra Scott, which is offering 15 percent off in-store jewelry; Lucy, which has workout wear and athleisure at a 30 percent discount; Courage B, which will have spring and summer apparel for up to 75 percent off; and Wear It Well, which is marketing women’s styles for 60 percent off, with certain items starting at $9.99.

Some retailers will host free things to do, including complimentary massages outside of Equinox, stamping demos at Paper Source, service demonstrations at Rooster’s Men’s Grooming Center, and a free gift with purchase for the first 30 customers who bring up the Sidewalk Sale at Le Creuset.

Other retailers are giving out free food and drink, including sips and snacks at J. McLaughlin and Kit and Ace, with samples off the menus at Mussel Bar, Quartermaine Coffee Roasters, Redwood, Secolari, and Sweetgreen.

The sales and events are scheduled to run all day Friday, July 15 through Sunday, July 17. Swing by Bethesda Lane and Bethesda Row shops on Arlington Road, Bethesda Avenue, Elm Street, and Woodmont Avenue to nab some deals of your own.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.