81 H Street, NW looking west towards Walmart
Update from Alexander W. McCall: “It’s already open.”
Coming soon signs went up in June but the space now looks like it can open up any day:
Check out Quickway Hibachi’s menu here.
“We bring the Teppanyaki (teppan, Japanese for griddle; yaki, grill, broiled) cooking technique to a quick service restaurant setting. The proteins are prepared fresh on the open grill in your full view, a true cooked to order signature dish.
We offer choices of salads, sides, and sushi, all prepared from All Day Fresh™ ingredients and homemade sauces.
Plus, we really care if you have a cool place to eat. We build our space to be clean, convenient and modern.
Of course, our food is healthy, with reduced salt, no trans fat, and no MSG.
And yeah, all this in a value package.
So if you are looking for freakin’ good food, with quick, quality service, then welcome and enjoy!”
3211 M Street, NW Billy Reid opened in the former Pizzeria Uno space back in 2013. Stay tuned for Todd Snyder. This has been Dan Silverman reporting.
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