COUNCIL VICE CHAIR DENI TAVERAS WELCOMES PENNYROYAL STATION TO HISTORIC SINGER BUILDING IN MOUNT RAINIER
Prince George’s County Council Vice-Chair Deni Taveras welcomes Pennyroyal Station, an American-style comfort food restaurant, to District 2, which she represents. Located in the heart of Mount Rainier, Pennyroyal Station is in the historic Singer Building, and joins the thriving commercial Gateway Arts District along Route 1.
Vice-Chair Taveras says Pennyroyal Station is an exciting new addition to the District 2 community.
“The opening of Pennyroyal Station signifies confidence in our future, and District 2 is excited to welcome this business to the community. COVID-19 has changed the way we live, but it has not stopped our work to achieve a thriving community, with great amenities and vibrant spaces, exactly what Pennyroyal offers.”
Pennyroyal Station co-owners Erin Edwards and Jesse Miller are veterans of Bar Pilar in Washington, D.C. Edwards, a resident of the City of Mount Rainier, says after moving into the community, she knew she had to open a restaurant there.
“I love the idea of restaurants bringing people together. In our experience, neighborhood restaurants always added to the advancement of communities. It not only helped economically but it brought people together,” adding, “There are so many businesses in this area, along with a thriving arts community - we feel lucky to become a part of it.”
For more information on Pennyroyal Station, including dining options under current COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions, visit https://www.pennyroyalstation.com/