Well this is definitely going to be one to keep our eyes on. A recent liquor license application says simply:
“High-end fine dining restaurant in a small intimate space. Occupancy load of 52.”
Though Metrocurean reported this summer:
Chef RJ Cooper has found a new home for the ambitious 24-course menu he created while at Vidalia. The 52-seat restaurant will only serve Cooper’s 24-course tasting menu during one dinner seating Tuesday-Thursday and two dinner seatings Friday and Saturday evenings. The tasting menu experience will ring up at $130 and $170 for alcoholic beverage pairings.
The liquor license application lists the location as 922-924 N Street, NW (Rear) which is actually in Blagden Alley.
Ed. Note: 922 N St, NW facing N St was a recent GDoN post in Jan. ’11.
Not in a million years would I think this sight could lead to a fancy restaurant:
Though I do like this adjacent door:
Here’s the only indication that a “high-end fine dining restaurant” is coming:
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