1133 11th Street, NW
Thanks to Chaya for sending the photo above. Kristin writes:
“Apparently happened last week when I was out of town, but they’ve been closed all this week too. Phone is disconnected. Some of the shelves are empty but there’s some stuff still in there. WEIRD.”
Doug tells us: “Rumor: a friend heard from Best Buy employee that the Tenleytown store is closing on Nov 3”
I also hear a rumor that they would be closing “at the end of the month.”
Updates when more is known.
Florida Ave between 8th and 9th Street, NW
Fromscuttlebutt back in March to open in Shaw. They’re located right next to Bonobos in the Shay.
Anyone try out the Adams Morgan spot? What’s the word?
Photos by Sarah Williams
Thanks to Sarah for sending:
“Hey PoPville know what they are setting up in Union Station? Thought it was the Samsung store coming back based on the VR machines but there are some arcade games as well”
Looks like it’s sponsored by Audible:
AND Pac Man:
Thanks to Justin for sending from the former, and still missed, Palena space.
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From an email:
“7-Eleven is bringing its new delivery app, 7NOW, to D.C. residents! Just in time for the cooler weather to roll around, 7NOW delivers everything from pizza to Pepto-Bismol straight to your door. No need to bundle up in the frigid winter for a late-night snack or toilet paper run. (more…)
1722 14th Street, NW
Thanks to Hannah for sending from “14th next to where the Meatball Shop will be.”
Ed. Note: The former Crossfit DC location.
For those not familiar with The Outrage:
“We’re a female-founded activist apparel company that is your one stop shop for activism. Wherever you are on your activist journey you can be outraged here.”
The Outrage opened in Adams Morgan back in January 2017, attracting some huge crowds when they first opened. It’s not clear if the Adams Morgan location will remain open after the 14th Street location opens but I’ll update when we learn more.