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Scuttlebutt: What’s Happening at the Old Dry Cleaners at 14th and Q St, NW in Logan Circle?

Back in June ’10 The Post’s Tom Siestsma shared news that a new Italian restaurant would be coming to fill the space at the corner of 14th and Q St, NW in Logan Circle. Besides some demo there hasn’t been much development in this space. This past weekend I noticed a new for lease sign has gone up in the window:

And now I’ve heard some very interesting scuttlebutt – I’m hearing that the owners of Buddakan are interested in the space. The owner is Stephen Starr of Starr restaurants. I have no idea how far along they are in the negotiations or if the Italian restaurant has completely fallen through but I know you guys like to hear the rumors when I do so there it is. I give this one an accuracy rating of 72%.

What would you rather see in this space – an Italian Restaurant or a Dim Sum place like Buddakan?

More info as it becomes available.

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