Good news from a reader: “I just spoke with the owner she said they are only closed Tuesday and Wed for renovations.”
1827 Adams Mill Road, NW previously home to Philz
Thanks to J. and K. for sending the new coming soon signage posted at the Foxtrot coming to Adams Morgan.
On Friday we noted that the Foxtrot coming to Logan Circle looked very close to opening. I now hear that one should be opening next month.
A few more looks at Adams Morgan: Read More
“On Sunday, September 10, 2023, the Capital Jewish Museum Block Party will take place in the District of Columbia. In conjunction with this event, there will be parking restrictions and a street closure motorists should take into consideration: Read More
1815 Columbia Rd NW
Speaking of quits, I think the old Footaction across the street closed here back in 2010, can’t find my original post but it was around then and it’s been vacant ever since. Seems like a prime spot to be vacant for so long. Any guesses as to why? Simply asking too much? It’s been vacant since well before any pandemic issues.
1832 Columbia Road, NW
Juicy King Crab Express opened with great fanfare back in May 2021. Previously the space had been home to La Granja de Oro. Unfortunately Juicy King Crab Express had been closed since May 2022 due to a “leaky roof”. And now a for lease sign has gone up: Read More
2459 18th Street, NW
“Tryst Coffeehouse opened its doors in September 1998 with the simple goal of building meaningful connections, one animal cracker at a time. Over the years, Tryst has become synonymous with community. “Thank you to all of our employees and patrons, both past and present, for the lasting imprint you’ve made on Tryst… transforming it into what we’ve always envisioned: Washington, DC’s very own ‘community living room,’” Tryst posted on Facebook earlier this month.
To celebrate 25 years of service, Tryst is throwing it back to the early days with a 90’s-themed bash on Saturday, September 9th. Read More
1817 Columbia Road, NW
“Welcome to Easy Tiger Tavern!
Opening in Adams Morgan this winter!” Read More
1722 Florida Ave, NW
Thanks to A. for sending:
“Think this was in the spot on Florida Ave. where we thought (hoped?) a successor to Pleasant Pops would emerge. It says they’ve been doing pop ups, as well.”