I figured this news was important enough for me to come out of my self-imposed 'retreat' from the forums since last September. I read a 'Tweet' from Erica Garman early today regarding Sorrento Grill being forced to shut down because the owner of the restaurant row was facing foreclosure. I tracked down her source, which seems to be Tammi Marcoullier's blog: http://inside-outblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/ashburns-sorrento-grill-serves-last.html The important part of Tammi's posting is as follows: "According to Dave, the manager of this location, the restaurant row landlord foreclosed on the property and the bank that now owns the loan asked all the restaurants in the small suite of spaces on Waxpool Road (next to the Embassy Suites) to leave about two months ago." To give folks a better idea of what we're talking about here, this is the row of restaurants where Five Guys, Moe's, Spicy Pickle, etc, are located. Word on the street is that the bank wants everyone out, which doesn't make any sense to me. Wouldn't the bank prefer having PAYING tenants rather than an empty row of vacant properties? Anyone have any insight as to what's going on here???