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  • This addition also included filling in the alley between that building and the one with Pain Quotidian. What that meant is that 7th Hill actually got a few more much needed tables worth of indoor seating.

  • Noticed this the other day … love it!

  • This is worse than the other pop ups I’ve seen on this site.

  • thebear

    Are they *ever* going to finish with that? It’s only been a few years now. Oh, and it’s damn ugly. Where were all the uppity neighborhood activists when that was up for approval?

  • The pop-up around the corner on the old YES! Market is also almost done and looks horrible too

  • Wow looks great – that copper is going to Patina. Interesting this was improved in Historic District. Finally some bold architecture in DC

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