Well, I’ve finally tracked down the answers to a number of questions folks have been asking for a while. So here goes. In the space pictured above there’s going to be a local coffee shop yet to be named. It is going to be owned by a pair of brothers named Jim and Brian Sullivan. They intend to make it a very comfortable coffee house with the motif featuring Columbia Heights history. The goal is to open up in May. Let’s file this under good news.
The sushi restaurant, Sake Club is still a go but I didn’t get a targeted opening date. (Irving St.)
The Caribbean place, zinnia, is a no go. A replacement has not yet been named. (Irving St.)
The forever “coming soon”, Royal Blue, is no longer coming soon or coming at all. A replacement has yet to be named. (14th Street)
I don’t know how I missed this but apparently a Peruvian steak and chicken place is coming (Park Road).
“We would like to inform all of our customers and supporters that, unfortunately, we had to make the hard choice to close our shop at 786 Harvard Street. This is due to forces beyond our control. We anticipate moving to another location, so please check back to get an update on where to find us and our products. Thank you to the community and take care.” (Thanks to a reader for sending.)
So we got some good news and bad news. What are you happiest/saddest about? I’ll be sure to update when replacements are named.
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