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221 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Thanks to Ian for sending the update: “Looks like they’re taking down the giant wood facade and going with on-brand papered window, but it’s certainly progress!! Also. wondering if we’re getting a “Sweetgreen 3.0” makeover at this location. It got panned in its NYC rollout, but could see it being a hit in the must-eat-now crowd of Cap Hill staffers.”
221 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Thanks to Ian for sending: “Tried to catch a glimpse inside the open construction door at Cap Hill’s long-closed Sweetgreen. Doesn’t look remotely done.”
At least we know work is being done so it should come back eventually. STAY TUNED.
Anna writes about the Capitol Hill Sweetgreen on Penn Ave:
“WHY IS IT STILL CLOSED
Cramping my style. Do you know anything? or perhaps a reader does?”
Ed. Note: I’ve written Sweetgreen for an update but haven’t heard back from them. In possible positive news I did hear that the W Street location has reopened.
624 E Street, NW
As for the Sweetgreen coming to the former Taylor Gourmet in Penn Quarter – it’s still not open yet either.
A reader reports at 1pm:
“Not sure what’s up. Everything between 2nd and 3rd street, including Starbucks, Sweetgreen, Capitol Lounge, etc.”
My office is at 2nd & Penn. We were told bomb sniffing dogs had a hit on explosives in the vehicle that crashed into the barricade.
— Guerrilla Ontologist (@GRLA_Ontologist) July 17, 2017
From U.S. Capitol Police:
“The U.S. Capitol Police are continuing to investigate a suspicious vehicle located at Second Street and Independence Avenue SE. As a result of this investigation, the following road closures are in effect:
– Independence Avenue between Washington Avenue SW and Third Street SE
– Pennsylvania Avenue between Second and Third Streets SE
– Second Street between East Capitol and C Streets SE
– First Street between East Capitol Street and Independence Avenue SE
All staff and other personnel are directed to avoid this area until further notice.”
624 E Street, NW
Thanks to Mark Lyon for sending the Sweetgreen update (still no word on Capitol Hill though.)
Stay tuned for an exact opening date on E Street – gotta be any day now with the paper down.
UDPATE: A Reader says, “I actually asked a manager on Monday when it would open and was told Mon, Oct. 7.”
701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
From a press release:
“WHAT: Chef José Andrés and various Washington, DC-area restaurants are banding together through an initiative Andrés has dubbed #FoodForOurLives (http://www.FoodForOurLives.com), offering free meals and discounted offerings for any student under the age of 18 with a valid ID, while supplies last. #FoodForOurLives proudly stands with the students who have come to make their voices heard against gun violence.
- ThinkFoodLab – 701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, DC
- The Pig – 1320 14th St NW, DC
- The Bird – 1337 11th St NW, DC
Students under the age of 18 with a valid ID will be eligible to receive a 50% discount on their meals from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the following locations: (more…)
This rental is located at 4th and G Street, SW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1825 / 1br – 620ft2 – Bright 1-BR in a great building in SW! Three blocks to The Wharf.
Bright, clean, 1-bedroom apartment with a modern, open kitchen, updated bathroom, built-ins, additional storage unit, and elfa (Container Store) custom closets. You’ll love calling this place home!
$1825 all utilities (water, gas, electric, heat, and A/C) included. Available March 1. ($500 first month rent credit with two-year lease).
Building has: a pool, full-size gym, yoga room, bike storage, and 24-hour front desk and fitness center. The unit will have new flooring and fresh paint.
The Southwest Waterfront neighborhood a great hidden gem in the city — walking distance to the Wharf, the National Mall, Capitol Hill and FOUR Metro lines.
You will be three blocks from “The Wharf,” (https://washington.org/visit-dc/the-wharf-washington-dc-things-to-do) a 300,000 sq. foot transformation of the Southwest Waterfront–shopping, entertainment and dining, including Hank’s Oyster Bar, Blue Bottle Coffee, District Doughnut, Shake Shack, Taylor Gourmet,Whiskey Charlie, Lupo Mariana, and the Anthem concert venue. (more…)
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