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Red Toque Cafe Opens up at 1701 6th St, NW in Shaw

“Dear PoP,

Was walking home from a late night at work when I noticed that the Red Toque Cafe at the corner of Rhode Island and 6th NW was open! It looked like Kebabs and other yummy treats, basically what was originally anticipated. I’ve been looking forward to having another good restaurant there, and I can’t wait to check it out.

I hope all your readers enjoy!”

I’ve been getting lots of emails from readers spreading the good news. Sorry for the delay in sharing the news but I was hoping to get a sample. Unfortunately the day I stopped by they were closed. Apparently they are owned by the same people from Red Toque Express located at 1003 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. Anyone ever try that spot out before? You can see the Red Toque Cafe menu here. You’ll find lots of Kabob options ranging from $10-$13. Anyone try them out yet? After they’ve been open for a while I’ll be sure to re-post in a ‘judging restaurants’ post. In the meantime, it’s great to hear they’ve finally opened up!

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