Washington, DC


2453 18th Street, NW

From a press release:

“The Tryst Trading Company has announced it will now offer carryout with limited menu options at the Diner, in the Adams Morgan neighborhood.

The CEO and Owner Constantine Stavropoulos explains the priorities in safety and putting a limited staff back to work. “The health and safety of our staff is our first priority. Like many DC restaurants, we temporarily closed our restaurants in March. While it was a heartbreaking decision, we remained optimistic about reopening our doors in a safe and responsible manner. Our team members have been incredibly patient as we worked to reopen our doors.”

Guests can access the limited menu items from the Diner’s website, www.dinerdc.com. Carryout will be available daily, from 5 PM- 9 PM. Read More

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1654 Columbia Rd, NW

Thanks to William (and others) for passing on the notice from Federalist Pig:

“Hey Friends,

Two of our team members tested positive for COVID-19 this past weekend. The rest of our team tested negative.

Yesterday, we had a professional cleaning company come into the restaurant to thoroughly disinfect and sanitize the space. They used a virucide product which is approved to eliminate COVID-19.

We are taking today to reorganize our operations so we can be back to serving you on Thursday, May 21 (tomorrow). Read More

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18th Street, NW looking towards Columbia Road

From a press release:

“Earlier this month, community leaders announced the creation of the Adams Morgan Commercial Development Coalition (AMCDC), an organization focused on the reimagination and the livability of the Adams Morgan commercial core as we come out of the COVID-19 pandemic. The AMCDC – consisting of neighborhood residents, commercial and mixed-use property owners and Adams Morgan business owners and employees – urges District of Columbia leaders to take bold action by empowering the Adams Morgan community to reinvent 18th Street. The AMCDC envisions a roadway used for additional outdoor spaces for pedestrian activity, neighborhood retailers and food and beverage establishments. Read More

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1658 Columbia Road, NW

From The Potter’s House:

“On Wednesday, May 20, The Potter’s House will reopen its doors after going dark for more than two months during the coronavirus pandemic.

This nonprofit neighborhood institution, much-beloved in its Adams Morgan community, celebrated its 60th anniversary in April. It’s one of the longest-running enterprises in the city and one that has survived many hardships in the past.

But it’s much more than a cafe and bookstore — The Potter’s House is a hub of connection, a safe and welcoming gathering place for a deeply diverse community. Its reopening offers a ray of much-needed sunshine to the city. It’s a reassurance that The Potter’s House will continue to be here to offer hospitality, welcome, and comfort — even in the midst of a global pandemic. Read More

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1780 Columbia Road, NW

Ed. Note: The Line opened up after much anticipation and not without controversy in 2017. The Line DC is also home to restaurants, A Rake’s Progress, Brothers And Sisters and Spoken English.

If true this would be devastating on many levels. We will be keeping a very close eye on this, for once I’m very much hoping a previously accurate tipster is wrong.

A reliable tipster writes: “word on the street is The Line is completely closing for good.”

The Line DC’s website still says: “In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, all LINE Hotels are closed to the public including hotel rooms and all restaurants and bars.

Please check back here or on Instagram at @thelinehotel for re-opening updates and other information as things evolve.” Read More

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courtesy The Imperial/Jack Rose

From a press release:

“Two of DC’s most acclaimed dining and drinking destinations — The Imperial and Jack Rose Dining Saloon – are the city’s newest take-out options starting this Friday, May 15. The Imperial, which was billed as one of DC’s hottest new restaurants in its four months of operation before COVID, has launched carry-out for the first time after an 8-week closure, and Jack Rose has introduced a brand new menu of to-go food, meal kits, ready-to-drink cocktails and at-home beverage kits. Both restaurants will offer their menus for pre-order via Tock, Wednesday through Sunday, starting on 5/15. Read More

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1827 Adams Mill Road NW via Tail Up Goat

Thanks to Kelsey for sending: “Tail Up Goat will be opening up on Friday for take out”. Their website says:

“Over four-plus years of business, we’ve proudly served our community through thick and thin, personal triumph and tragedy, national turmoil and peaceful protest. As we re-open for contactless takeout and delivery in the midst of global pandemic, we continue to seek out ways to nourish our guests physically and emotionally.

We closed for eight weeks in the interest of public health, and we remain dedicated to ensuring the safest workplace possible for our staff. We continue to practice social distancing throughout our space and are implementing the strictest possible protocols to ensure the safety of our product and the continued good health of everyone involved in bringing it to you.

We’re offering a fully prepared meal ready for pick-up or delivery with instructions for re-warming whenever you’re ready to eat. Read More

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2459 18th Street, NW

From a press release:

“The Tryst Trading Company has announced it will now offer carryout with limited menu options and household pantry items at its flagship restaurant, Tryst.

The CEO and Owner Constantine Stavropolous explains the priorities in safety and putting a limited staff back to work. “The health and safety of our staff is our first priority. Like many DC restaurants, we temporarily closed our restaurants in March. While it was a heartbreaking decision, we remained optimistic about reopening our doors in a safe and responsible manner. Our team members have been incredibly patient as we worked to reopen our doors.”

Guests can access the limited menu items and household pantry staples from Tryst’s website. Household pantry item orders will need to be placed in advance, and items can be picked up at Tryst from 8 AM- 3 PM daily. Read More

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