Noodles and Co. applies for Liquor License in Woodley Park

by Prince Of Petworth September 26, 2011 at 4:30 pm 8 Comments

Another milestone for Noodles and Company coming to 2635 Connecticut Ave, NW in the old Sake Club space.

The liquor license application says:

“Fast-casual themed restaurant serving global noodles dishes, salads, and desserts. No Live Entertainment. Sidewalk Cafe with 16. Seating capacity is 76. Total occupancy load is 121.”

  • Anonymous

    Every time I go to that place and order anything other than Macaroni and Cheese I leave disappointed. Their Pad Thai is nowhere near comparable to even the worst Thai restaurant I’ve been to. Sad Face—> :(

    • DowntownTBrown

      but oh how that Mac & Cheese is so delicious!

      • CHSC

        Exactly the mac and cheese is awesome. Glad there will be a DC proper location.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, 99% of their food is terrible. I’d much rather have Sake Club and their so-so sushi instead of this crap.

      • rooty tooty

        agreed. it’s my absolute least favorite of any fast food chain – the flavors are terrible. there’s something inherently wrong about a place that makes both italian and thai noodles…just because they’re both noodles.

  • Jim Ed

    my wife loves the mac and cheese here, so we go occasionally. the Mushroom stroganoff is tolerable in a pinch, so it works. That being said, I’ve never understood why this place serves alcohol. I can’t think of a meal I’d less like to have a beer or glass of wine with than noodles, and I don’t think Ive ever seen anyone drinking here. I understand that it’s probably always beneficial to have a liquor license, but it’s got to make up a pitifully small fraction of their sales.

    • jm

      yeah totally agree with you on the meals not being ones I’d wanna enjoy slowly with a drink. but with the marriot across the street I’m sure tourists “living it up” will actually buy the booze at this location.

      • TonyR

        Never been to, or even heard of this place before, but I do have to point out that alcohol is the cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems.


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