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“The Coupe is baaaaaack!”

Thanks to Kelli for sending: “The Coupe is baaaaaack! Their mocha has never tasted so good. i got carryout, but there’s tons of spaced out seating if folks want to dine-in!”

From The Coupe:


3415 11th Street, NW

“The Coupe, a favorite Columbia Heights restaurant and gathering place by The Tryst Trading Company, has reopened its doors today. The Coupe now offers dine-in, outdoor seating, carryout, and delivery. With increased disinfecting measures in place and limited seating, The Coupe is coming back stronger, and tastier, than ever. Favorite menu items such as The Coupe Special, Mushroom Reuben, Siracha Wings, and The Coupe Fries are all making a comeback with more on the way. Guests can access the initial menu items from The Coupe’s website, www.thecoupedc.com.

As part of a phased reopening, The Coupe will initially be open daily from 8am to 3pm with more exciting announcements in the near future. As The Coupe continues to add to its hours of operation and menu, the emphasis will always be to provide a safe and welcoming environment for staff and guests.

“A few months ago, we reopened three of our restaurants–Tryst, The Diner, and Open City–with the intent to reopen more of our restaurants once ready,” stated Owner, Constantine Stavropoulos. “We couldn’t wait to reopen The Coupe and welcome our customers back to their “third place” – a spot between work and home. It’s the perfect atmosphere to spread out and dine comfortably, work remote, or simply enjoy being in the (safely distanced) company of friends and neighbors. We want to provide as much normalcy as possible for our community while having the proper protocols in place,” he continued.

Despite the fact that the tables are spaced further apart and things may look slightly different right now, The Coupe will always be your friendly neighborhood gathering spot and a place for all. The team at The Tryst Trading Company would like to express gratitude to guests and corporate partners for their continued patronage, understanding, and support during these unprecedented times and looks forward to brighter days ahead.”

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