1858 Columbia Road, NW
UPDATE From Ester De Aguiar:
“We are Not CLOSING! In fact, we are celebrating our 26 years anniversary this month with lots of live music, great food & drinks! We have two lots of restaurant space in that building and we have decided to lease/sell one. But we will remain at 1858 Columbia Rd with cozy and intimate restaurant. (Partner at TGFI)”
“Rare Opportunity to Purchase a Very Desirable Restaurant!
Location. Location. One level restaurant space available with low rent for Adams Morgan offered at $155,000. Adams Morgan is an iconic neighborhood, decades of history as DC’s best dinning scene and nightlife. Steps to prominent embassy district, upper scale, business, shopping and residential district. The place is done with top-of-line material and features, large entrance, tall ceilings & a chef’s dream high capacity restaurant kitchen. Bring your offer and concept!
Lease Expiration: 7/1/2021
Tour photos here.”
The Grill from Ipanema’s website says:
“The Grill From Ipanema is a piece of Brazil in the heart of Washington DC, anchored on the 20 year history and legacy of serving the best of the Brazilian cuisine has to offer. Grill From Ipanema is the only authentic Brazilian restaurant in town and a landmark in Adam’s Morgan neighborhood. As a family owned and operated restaurant, we have been committed to offering the best culinary experience with the well-known Brazilian-Spirit of hospitality. The Grill From Ipanema is named after the famous song and Grammy Award winner (1965) “The Girl from Ipanema” by Anthonio Carlos Jobin and Vinicius de Moraes. The inspiration behind the name evokes beauty, elegance and a dream.
Brazilian cuisine has its strong roots in the Indigenous people, Immigrants from Africa, Europe, Asia and many other parts of the world. There is a lot of history and culture behind each dish served at our restaurant. We are committed to offering the best culinary experience so that guests can truly taste traditional Brazilian cookery with different flavors and from different regions in Brazil.”
You can see their menus here.