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Mad Momos Closes in Columbia Heights

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3605 14th St, NW

Mad Momos opened up after much anticipation in Dec. 2012.

Thanks to all who passed on the sad word. Originally the note on their door said:

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But then:

“mad momos is CLOSED.

Dear Friends and Patrons of mad momos,

Season’s greetings and Happy New Year to you. The management at mad momos thank you for all the support and amazing times these past few years. Regrettably, we have reached a point in our business where we need to share a difficult decision with you. We have decided to shift our business and focus our attention on opportunities that will better enhance our community in Columbia Heights. Therefore, it is with regret that mad momos will no longer be continuing its operation in the New Year.

A special thanks to our neighborhood and all the staff, past and present without which we could not have made this possible. This has been the most rewarding and unforgettable experience. We have had an amazing run with great success. Please stay tuned for something new and exciting coming soon.

We deeply appreciate all your unending support and most of all, your friendship. We wish you a healthy and happy 2015.

Warmest regards,
mad momos family”

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