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1200 19th Street, NW. Photo by The Baseband
I saw the news a couple months ago about a number (8?) of Taylor Gourmet locations opening under new ownership. Just this morning a friend posted to Instagram about a new one in her building in Dupont, and I think the old one by the White House and one in North Bethesda are back open but I’m not sure. Do you have any intel on the locations that will reopen under the original name?
Early thoughts from readers on how faithful it is to the original would be interesting too.“
1750 Pennsylvania Ave, NW via Taylor Gourmet
Thanks to Maura for sending: “Welcome news on the work lunch front- Taylor on Pennsylvania near 18th reopening Monday!” (more…)
REOPENING SUMMER 2019
1750 Pennsylvania Ave NW
1200 19th St NW
PIKE AND ROSE
926 Rose Ave
North Bethesda, MD 20852
Thanks to Jess and Luke for sending word:
“Taylor Gourmet’s assets–including trademarks, customer email lists, social media and domain names, and recipes–were acquired in March by a company called Source Cuisine, headed by Steve Kalifa, who works in real estate development and health care consulting. Kalifa beat out bids from fast-casual chain Cosi and Taylor Gourmet founder Casey Patten in a bankruptcy auction for the brand. Kalifa spent around $260,000 for the assets and says he has raised around $2.5 million to begin resurrecting the business.”
Stay tuned for exact opening dates – and taste tests to see how they match up to the original!
624 E Street, NW
On the heels of Matchbox taking over the old Hen Quarter space on the other side of E Street comes some more good lunching news for Penn Quarter – I hear that “There’s a Sweetgreen going into the old Taylor Gourmet spot at 624 E St NW. Coming this May.” I give this a
73% 93% accuracy rating. [Update: Douglass Development just like a tweet about this, so I’m taking that as a very good sign.] Fingers crossed and stay tuned!!
Photo by Josh Breisblatt
Thanks to Josh for sending early this morning:
“BREAKING NEWS: Taylor Gourmet still exists at DCA!”
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