3115 14th Street, NW
Been getting a few messages about this over the last couple weeks. Most recently TJ reports:
“looks like they took down all the Choong Man branding from the windows. Dont know whats going on with the menu, if they still have chicken. I am fascinated by the constant concept overhauls over the last few years…”
Anyone know if they still have chicken? sushi?
inside 1309 5th Street, NE courtesy Soupergirl
Gazpacho-heads get excited!!
From an email:
“We just opened our Gazpacho Bar Pop Up at Union Market! Running through the week of Labor Day, we’ll have four gazpacho flavors on tap, along with grain salads, green salads, and our classic flavors in our new bottles. Now open!! (more…)
1738 Connecticut Ave, NW
“so sad to see the constant stories of local establishments closing. wondering if we could start a thread of existing local businesses/restaurants that need attention or added support!”
In lieu of a best of D.C. – let’s give some love to some spots that you would be gutted if you found out they were to close. Share some love and more importantly go visit them!! Who do you love?
1917 18th Street, NW
Ed. Note: This is the former City2Cafe space.
From a Chateau:
“Saturday June 22nd will be the last day we are open. After 2 years, we are closing! As we work on opening a new location, we wanted to spend the rest of this week celebrating…
On Friday, we are opening a bottle of Veuve Clicquot (more…)
3228 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Thanks to Crystal for sending word that, indeed, Cafe Deluxe’s last day on Wisconsin will be this Sunday:
“the food quality might not be the best…and the place might smell a little…but this place has meant a lot to to many people in this area!”
And look who stopped in for a bite last night: (more…)
4465 Connecticut Ave, NW
Uptown Market (in the former Soapstone Market space) has posted two liquor license placards:
“New Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant serving beer, wine, limited cocktails to complement individual meals of meat, seafood, vegetables, and starches. Sidewalk Café Endorsement with 32 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 100 with seating for 54 patrons.”