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Matchbox at 14th and T St, NW Launches Lunch Today


1901 14th Street, NW

From a matchbox press release:

The lunch menu is an extension of dinner service, with the same menu of perfectly portioned wood-fired pizzas, sandwiches and mouthwatering entrees that neighbors and visitors have already grown to love. The restaurant will offer fresh and unique creations like a sweet & tangy calamari salad and a sesame crusted tuna salad with rare ahi tuna, fried carrots, sake marinated cucumbers and roasted peanuts along with local favorites: a jumbo lump crabcake sandwhich with roasted red pepper remoulade served on a toasted brioche roll and a prosciutto & black mission fig pizza with roasted garlic, mozzarella, gorgonzola and the perfect amount of black pepper.

matchbox 14th Street’s full menu is also available to-go for carry out lunch orders. Situated on T street, a separate “To-Go” entrance makes picking up orders a breeze. It sits at the rear of a 65-seat patio slated to open in late spring complete with a fire pit and plenty of people watching. The expansive bar and seating at the pizza ovens will also be open to dine-in lunch guests, where a menu of 23 beers, eight wines and prosecco on tap can tempt anyone headed back to the office (or not).

As of Monday, February 11 matchbox 14th Street will offer lunch daily starting at 11am. Brunch is also served Saturdays and Sundays from 10am – 3pm.

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