Scuttlebutt: Call Your Mother coming to former Little Red Fox space

Thanks to all who passed on the rumor from UrbanTurf last night saying that Call Your Mother could be coming to the former Little Red Fox space (5035 Connecticut Ave, NW.) I’ve been sitting on this scuttlebutt since Friday because I’ve been trying to get confirmation from Call Your Mother (in the past they’ve been quick to respond to my queries.) My guess is that, if true, Call Your Mother will not announce until Little Red Fox’s last day on December 23rd so as not to overshadow their last days. Alas, since I keep getting messages from folks asking – I will also share the potentially fantastic yet at the same time truly bittersweet news. The sadness about Little Red Fox closing is still too fresh to be truly overjoyed. But, if true, when the dust settles, a good bagel sandwich should help ease the pain a bit.

As one reader notes: “I know the two places have been long partners as I am pretty sure little red fox used to sell call your mother bagels.”

Stay tuned.

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