Provision No. 14 soft opens in former AM/PM Carryout Space Tonight – Get 25% Off

14th and V Street, NW

From Provision No. 14:

“In preparation for its 4/29 grand opening, new communal dining spot Provision No. 14 announces a soft opening from Monday, 4/27 and Tuesday, 4/28. During the restaurant’s two-day soft opening, Provision No. 14 will open its doors for dinner from 6-10pm and serve a limited version of its menu at a 25% discount on food.

On Wednesday, 4/29, the 14th Street Corridor restaurant will open to the public for dinner from 4-10pm and share a glass of complimentary bubbly with all dinner guests in celebration of its first night of operation.

Provision No. 14 will serve a menu of communal cuisine including Pata, whole suckling pig leg that is braised, dried and deep-fried, Miso Lamb Ribs with cucumber, radish & couscous, and Whole Roasted Dorade with boquerones tapenade. Smaller plates include several house made pastas, such as Tortolle with lamb, mustard greens & demi glace, and a selection of other composed plates, including Burrata with compressed melon, iberico ham & praline crunch and Cassoulet Salad with fava beans, confit quail & garlic vinaigrette.

The interactive beverage program features large-format cocktails, including The French Press, a 34-ouncecocktailserved in its namesake vessel with Bombay Sapphire gin, chartreuse, chamomile, honey & pineapple and grapefruit garnishes, and Pisco Porter with Macchu pisco, mint, orange juice, lemon, pineapple & chamomile, served in a wine bottle. Guests can also sip on boozy slushies, such as a frozen Moscow Mule, enjoy a signature beverage like the Redenbacher Old Fashioned with popcorn-infused rum, brown sugar syrup & angostura bitters, or try one of the draught cocktails such as Happy Gilmore with vodka, chamomile, demerara sugar & lemon juice.”


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  • Are the owners the same ones who ran Diego (reopening with a new concept), or is this from entirely different owners?

  • Did we get any takers? Worth trying out Tuesday?

    • I went last night with a coworker. The food was really good, but I’m glad it was 25% off. I’m not sure I’ll go back just because of the cost. The cold press cocktails looked great but were $42 per press which seemed steep.

      • I went by on Monday with a group of my friends. We were recommended the cold press cocktails if our group wanted to drink. We got almost about ~5 drinks out of it so at that price point it’s not that bad when sharing or if you want to down a few.

  • The short ribs were delicious, and it was a decent price point for sharing (listed as one of the “communal platters”) with the discount, but otherwise, would agree it’d get expensive quickly. The space is beautiful and the service was great.

    • I was there this weekend for the same 25% off thing Dana has it exactly right. Great shortribs but without the 25% off I would probably not be back. Either portions need to grow by 25% or prices need to drop

  • I also attended this past weekend, and found the food and beverage program to be innovative and unique. My group of 6 ladies ordered 2 French presses and found it the most cost effective route because each press served us 1 drink, meaning $7 for one amazing (quite strong) cocktail! The communal platters seem priced fairly to me for sharing, factoring in that we are also paying to dine in such a creative ambiance. I will be a repeat customer, particularly when the weather is suitable for patio dining with frozen Moscow mules and swirls! Well done, P14! A welcome addition to the neighborhood!

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