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The Meatball Shop Abruptly Closes in Logan Circle


1720 14th Street, NW

What the what?!!? Well that was fast, as we say. Thanks to Joe, Josh and Alex for sending last night. While Peregrine celebrates 11 years, (don’t forget free coffee today!), the news is not so good next door. The Meatball Shop only opened here, after much fanfare back in October 2018.

This is the former Cork space (RIP Sparky’s.) Not sure what happened exactly but this is not the first meatball fail in D.C. Who can forget the mighty and equally swift fall of Meatballs back in 2012. Updates when we learn what happens to the space.

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