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Postmodern Foods, “an organic food & drink company” opening December 13th

by Prince Of Petworth December 9, 2015 at 11:40 am 9 Comments

postmodern foods
2920 M St, NW

For those feeling blue about Native Foods Cafe closing. Thanks to Skip for sending from the 2900 block of M Street, NW. Postmodern Foods website says:

“an organic food & drink company

seasonal, plant-based, wholesome

health-supportive, plant-based foods and drinks, inspired by culinary traditions, influenced by progressive nutrition, and made with the best possible, organic ingredients! mostly raw, gluten-free.

cold-pressed juices, smoothies, salads, savories, desserts.

Thurs – Tues 8AM – 6PM”

  • petworther

    Ugh! Why do all vegetarian places also have to be health food places? Don’t people realize vegetarians want greasy food too?

    • this. I think that’s why Vedge in Philly is so successful – it’s gourmet food that happens to be vegan

      • Claytron

        Or the Chicago Diner!

    • jumpingjack

      I agree. But Native Foods was decidedly not health food – it had lots of fried food and fake meats and cheeses – and it didn’t do so well.

    • Emi G

      Hmm, I’m veg and always wish there were more healthful options available rather than the other way around. The way I see it, it’s pretty easy to get delicious meat free food around here- custom pizza, sandwiches, gelato, pastas, falafel and fries, etc. etc.- but harder to find healthy veg options. Salads are usually pitiful unless you go to a chain like Chop’t or Sweetgreen. I would love to see more places offer healthy veg options, and I say that as someone who chose this lifestyle for reasons other than health!

      • Caroline

        I mostly agree with what you said, but I dislike places like this that feel the need to unnecessarily bundle vegetarian with raw and gluten free. Veg doesn’t have to involve crazy fad diets, or fake meats, or any of that. It just has to be normal food without meat. I guess this is why I cook at home so much.

  • “inspired by culinary traditions”
    Thanks for the most meaningless phrase of the day.

  • Anon

    I better be able to taste the goddamn terroir.

  • gump

    I’ve ordered from here and the food isn’t great. Spicing is unsophisticated and most items have a sweet flavor.


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