Taylor Gourmet’s New Chinatown Location Opening 11am Thursday

624 E Street, NW

Back in Oct. 2012 we learned a Taylor’s would be opening in the former Meat Balls space in Chinatown.

From a press release:

Taylor Gourmet will open its seventh store at 624 E Street NW Washington, D.C. on Thursday March 21st, 2013 at 11am. The authentic Philadelphia hoagie shop will offer over 36 different signature hoagies and its breakfast hoagies (weekends only) to Chinatown, Penn Quarter & Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhoods. Just a short stroll from Verizon Center and the Gallery Place Metro the shop will also offer delivery service to these neighborhoods.

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  • Wow, i walk by here all the time to/from work and only in the past week have I seen people working here. Figured it wouldn’t be ready until late spring/early summer. Obviously I was wrong… Sweet!

  • I think it’s actually spelled Taylor’s Gourmet.

  • What is going on with the location they are working on, on 14 and P, it is so close to their 14th Street location that I wonder if it will be a different concept?

  • Yes probably a different concept. Hope they don’t have growing pains. Every time I go to Taylor lately, they are out of something

  • There was a time when I got excited about their expansion plans. But these days, I think they’re pretty underwhelming. It might as well be another Noodles & Co.

    • Agreed. In 2009 the Pattinson Avenue was one of the most delicious things I’d ever eaten. I’ve now gotten it twice from the 19th St location. First time it was meh, and tasted kind of like soap. The second it was downright awful. Won’t go back. It makes me sad that they took something so amazing and ruined it.

      I also note that the sandwich sizes have decreased substantially. A six inch used to be too much to finish. Now I’m still hungry after eating one. (To quote Woody Allen, “the food here is terrible, and the portions are too small.”)

  • Actually Anonymous #1, it is Taylor Gourmet….NOT Taylor’s Gourmet!

  • Terrible sandwiches. Overpriced with no substance and no flavor. I consider their over expansion in WDC to be like a new Starbucks opening or Burger King; yawn and who cares. They can put one on every block, won’t draw me in.

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