Washington, DC

by Prince Of Petworth February 19, 2021 at 9:35 am 0


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From SEOULSPICE:

“Eric Shin, owner of SEOULSPICE, is pleased to announce the expansion of his healthy Korean comfort food concept with three new locations scheduled to open later this year. Founded in 2016, Shin opened his flagship location in the NoMa neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and expanded with additional locations in Tenleytown and College Park, Maryland, opening the following year. SEOULSPICE offers Korean-style rice bowls, kimbap burritos (Korritos), japchae noodle bowls, and salads showcasing original recipes from the Shin family, some of which have been passed down for generations.


439 7th Street, NW at E Street. Ed. Note: The space next to the now closed Starbucks

The first of SEOULSPICE’s three new locations is scheduled to open in May 2021 at the Westfield Montgomery Mall Food Court (next to Chipotle). Shin has also signed a lease for more than 2,000-square-feet of space at 439 7th Street, NW, 20004, across the street from Jaleo, which is scheduled for completion in July 2021. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth November 11, 2020 at 12:45 pm 0

From SEOULSPICE (NoMa at 145 N Street, NW; Tenleytown at 4600 Wisconsin Ave, NW):

“SEOULSPICE, the healthy Korean comfort food concept with locations in NOMA, Tenleytown and College Park, Maryland, has transformed two of its popular fast-casual restaurants into Korean BBQ concepts. Beginning Wednesday, November 11, fans of the NOMA and Tenleytown locations will be able to enjoy a never-ending supply of high-quality, dry-aged beef, served tableside with an ample selection of Korean banchan (sides) and scratch-made sauces. Guests who visit the new Korean BBQ concept can also look forward to a 25% discount for the month of November, followed by a 10% discount for the month of December. The full price menu will launch on January 1, 2021. This special savings only applies to the cuisine (beverages pricing excluded from the discount) during the preview period and is available exclusively at the NOMA and Tenleytown locations. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth November 7, 2017 at 11:25 am 0


4600 Wisconsin Ave, NW

From an email:

“WHAT: SEOULSPICE, a new fast-casual restaurant specializing in Korean comfort food hosts its grand opening to the general public in the District’s Tenleytown neighborhood. SEOULSPICE offers a choice-driven menu of quick, healthy, and delicious Korean dishes served in a modern setting. For the full menu, please visit www.seoulspice.com.

WHERE: 4600 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20016

WHEN: Monday, November 13, 2017 from 11am-10pm

SPECIAL OFFER: A free first entree to all visitors on November 13, 2017

by Prince Of Petworth September 20, 2017 at 10:22 pm 0


4600 Wisconsin Ave, NW

SeoulSpice opened a location in NoMa (145 N Street, NE) last year. You can see their menu here.

“SEOULSPICE’s menu features made-to-order Korean favorites, such as rice bowls (bibimbap) and korritos (kimbap burritos), as well as street tacos and salads. These bases are enhanced with four protein options–beef, chicken, spicy pork, and tofu– and fresh vegetables, including bean sprouts, corn, carrots, cucumbers, Korean radish, kale slaw, and kimchi (pickled Korean cabbage). SEOULSPICE offers four gourmet sauces made in-house–Korean hot sauce, creamy sriracha, cilantro-lime ranch, and ginger-carrot–plus fresh herbs and toppings. The menu also features three sides: “the” egg, marinated in a sweet soy base; avocado; and jars of kimchi.” (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth February 24, 2017 at 10:10 am 3 Comments

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4600 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

Welp, I feel asleep at the wheel again! Tenleytown Main Street reports:

“Joining popular local chain District Taco, which brought casual Yucatan-inspired fare to Tenleytown last fall, are two other international-flavored, fast casual restaurants. SeoulSpice will introduce healthy Korean comfort food to the neighborhood, with a menu that includes classic rice bowls and Korean-style burritos. Next door, Muncheez will offer Lebanese street food ranging from shawarma to falafel to zaatar.”

And to work off those meals, TMS, reports an Orangetheory Fitness is coming too.

by Prince Of Petworth February 26, 2016 at 11:00 am 6 Comments

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145 N Street, NE

From a press release:

“WHAT: SEOULSPICE, a new fast-casual restaurant specializing in Korean comfort food hosts its grand opening to the general public in the District’s NoMa neighborhood. SEOULSPICE offers a choice-driven menu of quick, healthy, and delicious Korean dishes served in a modern setting. For the full menu, please visit here.

WHERE: 145 N Street NE Suite 400, Washington, D.C. 20002

WHEN: Friday, February 26, 2016 from 11am-10pm

WHO: Open to the general public

SPECIAL OFFER: A free first meal to all visitors on February 26, 2016

by Prince Of Petworth February 10, 2016 at 10:22 pm 12 Comments

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145 N Street, NE

From an email:

“Due to unforeseen delays in construction as a result of the inclement weather, SEOULSPICE has postponed its grand opening to the general public. Originally planned for the last week of January 2016, the new fast-casual restaurant will officially open on Friday, February 26, 2016. Located in NoMa at 145 N Street NE, SEOULSPICE specializes in Korean comfort food offering a choice-driven menu of quick, healthy, and delicious Korean dishes that are served in a modern setting.

SEOULSPICE’s menu features made-to-order Korean favorites, such as rice bowls (bibimbap) and korritos (kimbap burritos), as well as street tacos and salads. These bases are enhanced with four protein options—beef, chicken, spicy pork, and tofu— and fresh vegetables, including bean sprouts, corn, carrots, cucumbers, Korean radish, kale slaw, and kimchi (pickled Korean cabbage). SEOULSPICE offers four gourmet sauces made in-house—Korean hot sauce, creamy sriracha, cilantro-lime ranch, and ginger-carrot—plus fresh herbs and toppings. The menu also features three sides: “the” egg, marinated in a sweet soy base; avocado; and jars of kimchi.”

by Prince Of Petworth April 6, 2020 at 1:45 pm 0

Lots of good recs here including:

“Federalist pig in Adams Morgan, Bombay Street Food in Columbia Heights, Little Pearl, I’m Eddie Cano! They have family style meals in addition to their regular menu, Beau Thai, Ivy and Coney – Detroit style pizza, Timber Pizza Co. Benito’s Place on 11th St. & P St. NW, Panda Gourmet… their dan dan noodles, Far East Taco Grille, (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth May 18, 2017 at 10:22 pm 117 Comments

Well all the Wawa excitement has me thinking about fast casual (back in my day we called it fast food grumble grumble) so please indulge me. There are way too many today to do a poll so let’s just give our answer in the comments. I’ll list as many as I can think of here – but if (when I surely) leave some out please do include them in the comments. I’m thinking for lunch. Ok here goes, Sweetgreen, Chopt, Roti, Taylor Gourmet, A. Litteri, Buredo, Chipotle, Wiseguys Pizza, District Taco, Takorean, Cava Grill, Nando’s Peri Peri, Chix, SeoulSpice, Eatsa, Wiseguys NY Pizza, Ben’s Chili Bowl, Sundevich, Chaia, Merzi… God, we really do have a ton of options, anyway you get the idea. Where’s your favorite fast casual lunch spot? And remember today’s the last day for Pedro and Vinny’s Burrito Cart on K Street.

by Prince Of Petworth December 2, 2015 at 11:25 am 11 Comments

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From a press release:

“The NoMa neighborhood is about to get a lot tastier with the opening of SEOULSPICE, a new fast-casual restaurant specializing in Korean comfort food. SEOULSPICE offers a choice-driven menu of quick, healthy, and delicious Korean dishes served in a modern setting. The official opening is set to take place on the last week of January 2016 at SEOULSPICE’s brand-new location on 145 N Street NE. (more…)

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