329 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Uh oh or hallelujah depending on your perspective… Thanks to all who sent emails. From the Wall Street Journal:
“Baltimore-based Barrack’s Row Entertainment filed for Chapter 11 protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Washington D.C., putting eating spots like Hawk ‘n’ Dove, Senart’s Oyster House and The Chesapeake Room into protection with it. Barrack’s Row, which is owned by a group of investors, said it has between $1 million and $10 million in debt.”
The new Hawk n Dove opened in Jan. 2013. Senart’s Oyster House opened at 520 8th St SE on Barracks Row in 2011 and The Chesapeake Room opened at 501 8th Street, SE also on Barracks Row back in 2010. I believe this group also owns Lola’s, Molly Malone’s Pacifico, and The Box Car Tavern.
1435 Newton Street NW courtesy Greysteel From a press release: “Greysteel, a nationally recognized commercial real estate investment services firm, has completed the sale of the NW DC Portfolio for…
19th and L Street, NW Thanks to Kim and James for sending: “Former corner bakery at 19th & L to be replaced by Mikey & Mel’s Famous Deli.”
photo by Emma K Alexandra From the Mayor’s Office last night: “Following the House passage of the D.C. Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium Campus Revitalization Act (H.R. 4984), Mayor Muriel…
1847 7th Street, NW Thanks to Nate for sending: “Blank Street coffee location on 7th Street NW near T Street reopened.”
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