Roti Opens Today in NoMa, Sprinkles opens Thurs. in Georgetown

From a press release:

“Expect a modern Mediterranean experience with a speedy line, nutritious options, exceptional service, and major value. The eatery dishes out casual, tasty and healthful Mediterranean cuisine, known for its abundant use of olive oil, vegetables and legumes. Emphasizing robust flavors, Roti serves freshly-cut, fire-roasted meats, traditional side dishes such as falafel and hummus, and classic favorites like the Chicken Roti Sandwich and the Mediterranean Chopped Chicken Salad. Roti also extends goodwill to customers with loyalty programs, and supports the nonprofit Common Threads, an organization whose mission is to educate children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being through cooking.

Roti is located at 1275 First Street, NE, in NoMa’s Constitution Square, between Tynan Coffee & Tea and Potbelly Sandwich Works, which both opened last fall.”

From the Georgetown BID:

“On Thursday, March 3, 9am, Georgetown welcomes its newest addition to cupcake mania, Sprinkles Cupcakes (3015 M Street, NW). Be the first in line to satisfy your sweet tooth with renowned, Hollywood-famous cupcakes from what Food Network describes as “the world’s first cupcake bakery.”

8 Comment

  • Even though DC doesn’t need another cupcakery, I am so excited that Sprinkles is opening! Since I’m from Los Angeles, I’ve been a fan of their’s for years! Overpriced? Yes, but yummy all the same.

  • Wow. Nice. So what is Roti — looks like a kind of Mediterranean Chipotle but nicer.

  • Roti is awesome!!! My office got a free tasting last year and now we use it for almost all of our meetings. Their bread, falafel, and dipping sauces are to die for.

  • Can we trade? We have enough cupcakes in Georgetown and very few quick take-out lunch spots with better-than-decent food.

  • Roti looks great. It’s too far from work for me to get lunch there, but close enough for dinner after work (and I’ll save one Metro stop by getting on at NY Avenue instead of Union Station.)

  • I love that place. Another one opens!!!

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