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650 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Just heard from one of the servers that Maison Kayser is closing their two DC locations at the end of next week. I think they have a lot of fans out there so I wanted to spread the word so folks might stop by before they close their doors! they were expensive but I thought their bread/pastries were pretty top notch.” (more…)
650 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Thanks to Harry for passing on:
“In honor of our second DC location, we’re hosting another special pre-opening event. The first 500 visitors to stop by our new 650 Massachusetts Ave NW location on Tuesday, 2/27 at 12:00pm will receive a free lunch TO GO!”
via Maison Kayser
650 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
“They pealed the stickers off Maison Kayser’s windows this morning at 650 Mass NW. website says the store will open on 2/28.”
Their first location at 1345 F Street, NW opened February 8th. Anyone take an early taste?
“In addition to its world-renowned bread, both Maison Kayser locations feature an array of French pastries and viennoiseries including their award-winning baguettes, pain au chocolat, and best-selling almond croissants, a selection of grab-and-go items, and a French style sit-down café. The same commitment to sourcing and using quality ingredients extends to Maison Kayser’s café, which offers a decadent menu of French, seasonal favorites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests will be able to enjoy Eric’s favorite French staples including Croque-Madame, Boeuf Bourguinon, Gratinée à L’Oignon, and Poulet Sauce Suprême aux Champignons, smaller bites like the classic Rillette de Canard, Salade Niçoise, and the Traditional Alsatian Quiche; as well as a variety of signature coffees, teas, and fresh juices.
Maison Kayser is open seven days a week from 7:00am – 10:00pm Monday-Friday and 8:00am-8:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.”
Check out their menus here.
1345 F Street, NW
From a press release:
“Maison Kayser, the celebrated boulangerie and café from France, opens its first location in Washington, DC today at 1345 F Street NW. An additional Maison Kayser location will follow in the city, opening at 650 Massachusetts Avenue NW on February 15. Maison Kayser’s new DC locations feature the brand’s award-winning bread, which is made on site, from start to finish and throughout the day, by a team of dedicated bakers. (more…)
Back in September we learned that Maison Kayser was coming to 7th and Mass Ave, NW. Looks like another one is coming to F Street too – across from the National Press building between 13th and 14th. My people familiar with Maison Kayser tell me that this is very good news indeed.
Check out some of their menus here. Stay tuned for opening dates.
7th and Massachusetts Ave, NW
Thanks to Wandaly for sending, “delicious!”
Maison Kayser’s website says:
“Founded by Eric Kayser in Paris in 1996, Maison Kayser is an authentic artisanal French Boulangerie, meaning that bread and other baked goods are mixed and baked on-site all day long.
Each Maison Kayser location around the world is organized in the pure tradition of the French Bakery. The most ancestral techniques are combined to produce bread, including the use of liquid leaven, and innovation with the most high performance, modern, state-of-the-art bakery equipment.”
Check out some of their menus here.
34th and Water St, NW
From the Georgetown BID:
Malmaison: Opening June 17th!
The Popal family, best known for Napoleon Bistro and Café Bonaparte, is pleased to announce the expansion of their French culinary dossier with Malmaison, Georgetown’s newest upscale café and bar, catering to the sophisticated palette of the savvy, well-traveled Washingtonian. Malmaison was the first home of Napoleon and his wife Josephine and this concept aims to provide the ambiance of an international retreat right on the banks of Georgetown’s Waterfront. Malmaison will be open for lunch and dinner, six days a week – Tuesday through Sunday – through Labor Day weekend. Lunch at Malmaison will include a range of soups, salads and sandwiches. Dinner entrée selections notably include Roasted Tomato and Fresh Mozzarella Ravioli with Basil Sauce and Arugula Salad, Homemade Duck Confit with Sautéed Potatoes with Frisee Salad and Glazed Vegetables and Cod with a Crust of Mushrooms and Relish of Shallots and Herbs.
3401 Water St, NW
A new restaurant from the owners of Cafe Bonaparte and Napoleon Bistro is coming to Georgetown. In mid-September they were looking for a mixologist:
“New dining destination, Malmaison, in Georgetown is looking for a qualified individual to run it’s mixology program at the bar. If you want to be a part of a brand new concept that pushes the envelope in the culinary scene in DC, then send us your resume and let’s chat about your possibilities. This is the third location for the group behind Cafe Bonaparte and Napoleon Bistro all boutique establishments that have terrific reputations in the city.”
A recent liquor license application posted out front lists a transfer from Gypsy Sally’s and says:
“Restaurant with a seating capacity of 224 seats transferring to a new location from Safekeeping. Total occupancy load of 284. Requesting an entertainment endorsement featuring live acoustic music with cover charge.”
34th and Water Street is near the Georgetown entrance/exit for the Capital Crescent Bike trail:
1124 9th Street, NW
“Corduroy and Baby Wale are reopening this week with Dinner To Go, A Virtual Farmers Market,and Liquor Mart.
The menu for dinner to go will change frequently. This week we are offering 3 soups, Red Snapper Bisque, Chestnut Soup, Parsnip Soup and an Asparagus and Frisee Salad with an onsen egg. Main courses include Grilled Lamb Loin with a Rutabaga Gratin and Pork Cheeks Osso Bucco Style with Tarbais Beans.
The Virtual Farmers Market is a convenient way for people to get fresh local produce and support local farms without having to contend with crowds at farmers markets. Many of the farms that we buy from only sell to restaurants. They are not set up to sell to large grocery stores. Farmers had already planted many crops when the virus hit and their produce will probably be wasted if it does not go to a restaurant. This is not the cheapest produce available but it is super fresh and we are marking it up as little as possible. This week we have asparagus, strawberries, red and green leaf lettuce, garlic with green tops and smooth Kale. This list will grow and change with the season.
The Liquor Mart will offer beer, wine and liquor at great prices. (more…)