Dangerously Delicious Pies Hope to Open Penn Quarter/Chinatown Location in 4-6 weeks!

901 7th Street, NW – actually located on I St just east of 7th

Back in Feb. 2012 we learned that Dangerously Delicious Pies would be opening in Penn Quarter/Chinatown at 901 7th Street, NW. I originally thought they’d be located on 7th Street side but now I realize the space is actually on I St just east of 7th.

In Feb. a Douglas Development press release anticipated an opening in April 2012. That time frame was a bit ambitious but in the interim Dangerously Delicious Pies was able to open a 2nd location in the food court of Union Station.

Now a permit for a prepared food shop at 901 7th St, NW was recently issued:

The folks from Dangerously Delicious Pies tell me that build out should take about 4-6 weeks so they’re hoping to open around Christmas time! Awesome.

Dangerously Delicious Pies also has a location at 1339 H St, NE.  You can see their menu here.

I St. entrance looking toward 7th Street

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