Sticx, “focusing on styles of barbecue from Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, and Burma, as well as sushi, all served on sticks.”, closer to opening in Georgetown

1728 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Signage is up for Sticx and they just applied for a liquor license:

“New Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant s pecializing in Southeast Asian cuisine. Total seating inside is 26 with a Total Occupancy Load of 30.”

Stay tuned for an exact opening date.

For those not familiar: “Following the successful opening of Southeast Asian salad shop Bandoola Bowl this spring, owner Aung Myint will expand his presence in the Georgetown neighborhood with Sticx, coming to 1728 Wisconsin Avenue NW this fall. Occupying a 2200-square foot, 20-seat space, the new fast-casual concept will explore the rich tradition of Asian street food, focusing on styles of barbecue from Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, and Burma, as well as sushi, all served on sticks. Myint also owns Burmese dining staple Mandalay in Silver Spring, Md. alongside three generations of family, and has a decades-long history owning, operating, and consulting restaurants in the DMV. He’ll work with longtime friend and business partner Kunakorn Sangkhankaw on developing the menu at Sticx as well.

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