Tash House of Kabob Now Serving Lunch on Barracks Row


524 8th Street, SE

From the folks at Tash:

OPENING for LUNCH THIS WEEK!
Monday to Thursday
11;30-2:30pm (Lunch); Dinner 4:30-10:30pm

Friday-Saturday
11:30-11pm

Sunday
11:30-10pm

Happy Hour ( will not limit at the bar; it is the whole restaurant)
Mon-Fri (4:30-6:30pm)
50% on All the Beers and Wines.
50% on the Special Cocktail.

Saturday – Sunday Special
Mimosa and Bloody Mary For $4.00

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  • Ate there a couple of weeks ago, i believe they were only open for about four days at the time

    lamb chops were good but nothing made me want to run back to there asap

  • I was really hoping it would be an order-at-the-counter kebab joint instead of a fancier sit-down dinner place. If it had been, I’d be there at least twice a week. As it stand, though, I’ll probably never go. 8th Street is in dire need of some good, (relatively) cheap, and quick food options.

    • If you follow the neighborhood listservs, you’d know cheap fastfood is the LAST thing residents want. Instead, they want more of Javier’s identical mediocrity. They’ll be soiling themselves in ecstasy once that Popeyes folds.

      • Which listservs? I follow the Capitol Hill, Navy Yard Neighbors, and New Hill East listervs and got the exact opposite impression.

      • You obviously don’t live in the neighborhood.

      • Granted it is Capitol Hill, where a small, vocal minority hate everything. But, I think the majority of people would welcome more “fast casual” options like Nando’s, Moby Dick’s, Shawafel, Eamonn’s, a good subshop, etc.

        I think the local outrage is more over dumpy old fast food places.

        there is a difference between more “fast casual” type places like

    • I agree, and I think it would do better as a casual place because it’s on the southern end of 8th and could pick up the Navy Yard lunch crowd.

      • And the neighborhood dinner crowd. A place to pick up a quick falafel after work would get so much of my money–and plenty of other people’s, I’d imagine.

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