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Creole on 14th looking to stay open later in Columbia Heights. What’s the word on them? Any fans?


3345 14th Street, NW

From a new liquor license placard at Creole on 14th they’re looking to stay open an extra hour which seems reasonable. For those not familiar:

“Creole on 14th is a Louisiana Creole restaurant creating unique dishes and craft cocktails inspired by the diverse cultures and creole cookery of New Orleans.

Located in the bustling 14th Street Corridor, known for its exceptional streetscape, endless allure and ceaseless excitement – this restaurant is where elegance and Southern charm meets D.C. Its innovative dishes, craft cocktails and attentive service are sure to create anexperience you will remember.”

Check out their menus here.

I’m gonna take this opportunity to ask about them since I haven’t heard much since they opened. Any fans? Any must order items?

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