“Great corner unit apartment with windows in every room. Living/dining room with fireplace. Decent cabinet space. WtoW carpeting, CAC, and in-unit W/D. 74 Walk Score. Close to shops, Safeway, Whole Foods, Wash Sports and Farmers Market. Multiple bus routes to downtown, AU and GU. Vacant and easy to show.”
Back in July we first learned that Sushiko had closed in Glover Park. At the time there was still hope they could possibly reopen. Sadly a reader updates:
“Walking by Sushiko in glover park on Sunday I noticed a very sad development. On the alley side is a very large Papadopoulos Properties For Lease sign – I guess that is the nail in the coffin and one of DC’s first and great sushi restaurants is done.”
I know it’s a long shot but I hope the eventual new tenants save the mural above.
“Charming 3 bedroom 3 full bath house in Glover Park. Wood floors throughout. Large front porch, living room, dining room, kitchen on 1st floor. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths on 2nd floor. Back bedroom has a separate deck. Lower level with family room, full bath and large laundry room. Fenced backyard and 1 car garage for small car or storage. Close to Wisconsin Avenue & upper Georgetown. Available now.”
“Arcuri will be offering antipasti, pizza, salads and pasta as well as our NEW BRUNCH MENU Saturdays & Sundays at 11:00am:
SOFT SCRAMBLE with fines herbs, american prosciutto and ricotta toast
LEMON PANCAKES with blueberries
FRENCH TOAST with peach compote
FRITTATA with red pepper, zucchini and caprino
EGGS IN PURGATORIO sunny side eggs, with tomato, soppressata and polenta fresca
EGG SANDWICH HERO with cucumber, anchovy and mozzarella
UOVO 3 eggs your way with rustic potato’s and bacon
2 HEN EGGS scrambled or sunny side with polenta fresca
TUSCAN POTATOES FENNEL SAUSAGE PATTY”
2404 Wisconsin Ave, NW
“SLATE Wine Bar + Bistro – known for its extensive selection of unique wines and their ability to make every meal memorable – is launching its new menu Friday, September 20, 2013. The contemporary American dishes will promote seasonal fall flavors with expanded menu selections.
Im excited our new fall menu provides more variety for diners as we have increased the number of the items on our lunch, dinner, and brunch menus. I am especially pleased we have added more vegetarian and seafood items, says SLATE Manager, Daniel Lledó.
Incorporating diverse flavors, highlights of SLATEs fall menu include the Spicy Eggplant appetizer; Pan Seared Sea Scallops with bacon-corn chowder; Bistro Filet with mushroom-peppercorn sauce, fries, and asparagus; and local Rockfish with tomato, fennel and asparagus. Guests wanting to pair cheese with their wine may be excited by the new Cheese and Charcuterie selections like Canya de Cabra and acorn fed Lomo Embutido.”
“Following last month’s festive celebration of the third anniversary of its flagship brewpub in Falls Church, Mad Fox Brewing Company announced today that it will expand to Washington, DC, with plans to open a 4,590 square foot taproom at 2218 Wisconsin Avenue, NW in Glover Park. Mad Fox Brewing Company Taproom (Mad Fox Taproom), a 127-seat neighborhood establishment, is slated to open by the end of first quarter 2014, depending on the renovations needed and the permitting process.
“Glover Park is a wonderful neighborhood that deserves a great beer bar like the Mad Fox Taproom,” said Mad Fox CEO and Executive Brewer Bill Madden. Mad Fox has been searching for a location in the Nation’s Capital for the past 20 months, scouting out 27 neighborhoods throughout the District. “Glover Park offers an ideal fit for our concept and shares similarities with Falls Church in its demographics and overall environment. And just like in Falls Church, we look forward to becoming an active and positive member of the community, contributing to both the economy and the culinary options of the area.”
The Mad Fox Taproom will showcase its award-winning handcrafted beers with draught and English-style cask service, with up to 24 draught and cask options. Diners can expect a full menu with appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, salads and small plates. (more…)
And coming right next door to the future Einstein Bagels is an Empower Yoga studio.
2309 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
On July 3rd we learned Sushi Ko had been closed in Glover Park. At that time we did not know if it was temporary or permanent. Signs posted on their door still indicate they hope to reopen:
I walked by on Saturday and the space was still closed. A phone call to their Chevy Chase location revealed they are still hoping to re-open the Glover Park spot. But a reader hears they will close permanently. Stay tuned.
“Beautiful 1 BR/1BA freshly painted apt on the penthouse lvl with FPL. Enjoy southern light from your balcony overlooking quiet courtyard. Modern kit with SS appliances/granite counters. HW flrs in LR/DR. Building features a roof top deck. On same blk w/ Whole Foods, CVS, WSC, Ace Hardware, Starbucks,Surfside, Rocklands&Town Hall. Walking distance to Georgetown or GU. Housing vouchers accepted”
“Join us for our Monday Supper Club! More than just a dinner, this is an Event to look forward to! We close our upstairs dining room to the public, and open it to you as a private dinner party. Enjoy 7 courses of authentic Vietnamese dishes as owner Jennifer walks you through the history and ingredients of each dish. We’ve selected a menu to include dishes you won’t find at just any other Vietnamese restaurant, but also included well known favorites. This is cozy family-style comfort food meant to fill your belly, awaken your taste buds, and expand your foodie knowledge. No pretensions here – just bring your appetite! Reservations are required and dinner starts promptly at 7:00PM. Our full bar will be available, and wine bottles are half priced for the evening.
Monday July 29th, 2013:
Banh Bot Loc (Steamed Transparent Shrimp & Pork Dumplings)
Sup Mang Cua (Fresh Picked Crab and Asparagus Soup)
Goi Ngo Sen (Young Lotus Stem Salad with Pork and Shrimp)
Bo Luc Lac (Sauteed Flank Steak Tips over a bed of Marinated Watercress and Pickled Onions)
Ga Kho Gung Xa (Ginger & Lemongrass Braised Chicken)
Rau Cai Lan Xao Toi (Sauteed Chinese Broccoli with Garlic)
Che Dau Xen (Chilled Sweet Mung Bean Soup)
I’m not sure if you’ve heard any scuttlebutt, but apparently Sushiko in Glover Park is closed. I called to order takeout last week, and the man who answered (presumably the manager) said they were closed due to some kind of emergency. I assumed there may have been a problem with a customer, but when I asked if everyone was OK, he indicated it was no big deal. Well, tonight I tried again, and no one picked up at all. So I called the Chevy Chase location, and the hostess said the Glover Park location had been closed for about a week and likely would be closed permanently. She said she didn’t know why.
If this is true and Sushiko is closed in Glover Park, that’s a huge loss for the neighborhood and for anyone looking for relatively affordable, high-quality sushi in a city with few options. (We regularly drive all the way over from Logan Circle for pick up.)
Has anyone in PoPville heard anything?”
I also spoke with the Chevy Chase location and was told they couldn’t comment but more info would likely be known next week.
“July is National Culinary Arts Month, so come celebrate on Thursday, July 11th. Meet us upstairs at Spirits & Sprouts, from 4pm-7pm. Food is on us, drinks are on you (it’s our An Nhau hour so drinks are cheap anyways)! We’ll be passing out