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Donburi Celebrating 1 Year Anniversary Nov. 20th in Adams Morgan – 50% off all day – Check Out their Revamped Menu

2438 18th Street, NW

The folks from Donburi Restaurant write:

“On November 20th, 2013, Donburi opened on 18th Street in Adams Morgan. As of this Thursday we will have been open for one year, and we’re incredibly happy to say that things have only gotten better with each passing week. To celebrate our 1-year anniversary, we’ll be premiering a revamped menu which will include both tried-and-true favorites as well as brand new menu items. This is also an opportunity for us to thank all of our customers, who have supported us loyally over the past year. As a sign of our deep appreciation, everything on our menu will be 50% off for the entire day, including our new menu items.

Please join us on Thursday, 11/20, from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM as we celebrate this tremendous milestone. Without you we wouldn’t be here!”

Check out the new menu:

Donburi – 11-20-14 Menu (PDF)

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