212 7th Street, SE Photo by Thea Cohen
Udpate, thanks to Eat DC for passing on from ANC Rep Corey Holman:
“Harvest Tide Steak House coming to old Acqua al 2 space at 212 7th Street SE. ABRA process starting (Will likely be at ANC 6B’s Booze Committee on June 3)”
Thea writes this morning: “They are repainting the “LOVE” mural on Aqcua al 2! And the boards are off the windows! Does anybody know what’s going on?”
Sammi shares another shot above: “It’s been boarded up since March, but painting starting today — any idea what’s happening?”
And I keep forgetting to post but other readers have sent the same thing from 14th Street at the old Ghibellina space:
1610 14th Street, NW
Updates as we learn more.
1700 New Jersey Avenue, NW at R Street More sad news – from BKK thai cookshop: “With the end of our lease in sight, we’ve decided to close at the…
Thanks to David for sending: “Seen in Rock Creek tracking a squirrel this morning just before the Q St bridge” If you spot a hawk, any interesting wildlife or celebrity…
1701 14th Street, NW Thanks to Kim for sending: “appeared overnight at the Liz (14th and R) #goodbyemoney” Pretty cool historical note about the location on their website:
100 Florida Ave, NE via FB. Space previously home to Union Social Thanks to Josh for passing on the sad news from The Eleanor: “After six years, The Eleanor DC…
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