13th and I Street, NW
Thanks to Michael for sending.
Pow Pow’s first location opened on H Street, NE back in 2016.
Check out their menu here and stay tuned for an opening date on the new location.
“POW POW is an award winning plant-based Asian, organic and kosher certified fast-casual restaurant located in the heart of the popular H Street, North East corridor of Washington, DC.
Adapting classic Chinese, Japanese and Korean techniques through corporate American food models, POW-POW creates its version of “New Asian” cuisine. Serving creative plant-based salads, hearty bowls and Egg rolls the size of your arm. Using the highest-quality natural-ingredients from local farms when available, POW POW serves its unique version of creative, fun and healthy food in a culture rich environment.
POW POW is the brain child of local musician/restaurateur, Shaun Sharkey and Lavagna’s fourth year in a row, “DC’s Best Italian Restaurant of the year” owner, Stephen Cheung. While enlisting Sticky Rice creator/owner, John Yamashita and plant-based chef Margaux Riccio to create the menu.
POW POW is open Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 11:30am-9pm, and Friday through Sunday 11:30am-10pm with delivery during those same hours. Closed on Tuesdays.”
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