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Pluma by Bluebird Bakery coming to Union Market Area

by Prince Of Petworth April 30, 2017 at 10:05 pm 4 Comments

the edison
The Edison, also the future home to a Trader Joe’s

The liquor license placard for Pluma by Bluebird Bakery says:

“A café and bakery serving baked goods, sandwiches, salads, pastries and alcoholic beverages with a Total Occupancy Load of 40 seats. Offering a Sidewalk Café with 25 seats.”

Pluma’s website says:

“Pluma is a brand new café concept from the folks behind the acclaimed Bluebird Bakery. After providing Washingtonian restaurants and cafes with signature, high-quality wholesale pastries for years, proprietors Camila Arango and Tom Wellings will expand to open their new cafe in 2017.

Arango and Wellings share extensive experience as pastry chefs and kitchen execs in several cities including Washington, New York, and Tyson’s Corner, where they met while baking side-by-side at Maestro at the Ritz Carlton. A blending of backgrounds, styles, and offerings, Pluma by Bluebird Bakery will continue to serve our devoted wholesale customers while adding a stylish environment and delicious all-day menu for residents and visitors of D.C.’s up and coming Union Market district.

Our commitment to the best quality is unwavering and will guarantee an amazing experience for our guests comprised of local, seasonal produce as well as top of the line ingredients from Europe and the west coast.

Opening this Spring / Summer at The Edison
391 Morse St NE, Washington, DC 20002″

  • Anon

    The choice of drab gray was probably not the wisest given the complete absence of surrounding greenery.

    • anon

      Take a look at the trees in the final rendering and also just generally consider complaining less. http://www.edisonunionmarket.com/gallery/

      • Anon

        Eeek… those renderings don’t really help as much as you seem to think. At least the forthcoming neighbors have more interesting architecture coming in.

  • Ross

    “Excuse me, Miss, are these feathers in my muffin?”

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