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Honeymoon Chicken will open in Petworth late November


Georgia and Upshur Street, NW

From an email:

Restaurant Name: Honeymoon Chicken

Opening Timeline: Slated to open late November 2021

About the Concept: Honeymoon Chicken is the newest fried chicken brand from Salis Holdings’ Steve Salis and Executive Chef Rob Sonderman. A premium take on traditional fried chicken, Sonderman’s version is seasoned in a blend of spices, fried to golden perfection and dipped in a hot honey glaze, bringing “funky and fancy” fried chicken to the DC dining scene.

While we await the arrival of Honeymoon, you can get your first taste of these marvelous fried chicken flavors at Ensemble in Bethesda. Ensemble is a new way to order the greatest hits and best new dishes from top-tier restaurants for pick up or delivery.

Currently serving fried chicken plates, sandwiches, salads and more for delivery and pickup via Ensemble Kitchen in Bethesda, Honeymoon will soon be serving their signature fried chicken from a brand new space in Petworth.”

Check out the Honeymoon menu here. Stay tuned for an exact opening date.

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