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Wawa Wonder Abounds on 19th Street!!


1111 19th Street, NW pre-opening photo by Grant.

May 17th 2017: We first posted scuttlebutt that Wawa was finally coming to D.C. December 14th 2017: The day of glory has come.


Photo by Kim Cooper

Operatives on the ground tell me – free coffee for the first 3 days and special gifts for police officers and firefighters.

And just how excited are folks:

“Some interesting details from my coworker who got in line at 7am to be one of the first 100 people to get a $50 wawa gift cards:

-People broke into wawa chants
-People broke into Eagles chants
-There was a NYE style countdown for the 8am opening
-The staff lined up in a receiving line to high-five all the guests as they came in the store
-There is a string quartet inside wawa
-At 10am, the police and firefighters will have a contest to see who makes the best hoagie.”

The line to get in at 8am:


Photo by Brandon Morris

Inside after the jump.


Photo by Kim Cooper


Photo by Jamie Fuller‏


Photo by Stacy Clenney


Photo by Stacy Clenney

Neighbor Dunkin Donuts be like – hey we’re fun too!!


Photo by Jamie Fuller‏

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