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Little Red Fox Opens at 5035 Connecticut Ave – Looks Awesome

by Prince Of Petworth December 2, 2013 at 4:30 pm 8 Comments

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5035 Connecticut Avenue, NW

The transformation of the former Marvelous Market space next to Comet Ping Pong on Connecticut Ave is complete. And it looks great. Thanks to a reader for sending:

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Hours are 7:30AM to 7:30PM Tuesday through Sunday and closed Mondays. Check out their menu here.

More photos after the jump.

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  • DMVist

    I guess I’m a little confused as to what it’s supposed to be. At first I thought it was somewhere you popped in to buy something for take out, but having looked more closely at the photos it seems that there are one or two chairs and they do offer beer on tap. So, is it a store or a coffee shop or a deli or what?

    • asg

      I was wondering the same thing. Maybe they’re trying to do something similar to Duke’s Grocery? But don’t know why they’d serve beer if they close at 7:30pm…

  • mmm

    I assume the beer is for growlers primarily.

    • Anonymous

      looks that way from the prices… $15-$20 is a bit much for a beer… even for DC.

  • Anonymous

    It’s great. Obviously going throught first week growing pains running out of some things – but it is a coffee shop/local market. Sandwiches, prepared foods, meats, cheeses, wine, growlers, treats and breakfast stuff. Excited about this neighborhood addition.

    • TG

      I agree. Looking forward to sampling the many options.

  • Anonymous

    I haven’t tried the food yet, but can vouch for the chai latte, which is delicious. Prices weren’t as steep as I feared they’d be, either. Think it’ll be a great addition to the neighborhood!

  • Alex

    I have to say I was disappointed in my first visit. I went Wednesday the day after they opened. Their menu had 5 sandwiches and 2 soups. I asked for the Matzoh Ball which they said they didn’t have yet. I asked for one of their signature sandwiches which they said te didn’t have yet. I ended up getting a grilled cheese and a tomato soup a root beer. I spent almost $20. Why do places open of they are not prepared to serve their offerings? It seems to me they are setting them selves up to disappoint the people most eager to become customers. I’ll give them another chance but so far I am not impressed

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