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Uptown Market Progress Report


4465 Connecticut Ave, NW

Uptown Market (in the former Soapstone Market space) has posted two liquor license placards:

“New Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant serving beer, wine, limited cocktails to complement individual meals of meat, seafood, vegetables, and starches. Sidewalk Café Endorsement with 32 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 100 with seating for 54 patrons.”

And

“New Retailer’s Class “B” Full Service Grocery store. Tasting Permit Endorsement.”

Stay tuned for an exact opening date this summer.

Their website says:

“Uptown Market is bringing our neighborhood market concept to Van Ness in summer 2019. We’ll be offering locally sourced and thoughtfully curated items in our market stalls – like artisan cheeses, charcuterie, fresh seafood, butcher cut meats, and house baked goods.

We’ll also be serving up breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee in house or to go. We hope Uptown Market will be a place to find the food you love, either in our market to take home, or enjoyed here. Grab a coffee, a glass of wine, or a bite to eat and stay awhile.”

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