7th and K Street, NW
Check out the menus here.
From a press release:
“The classic fine-dining Truluck’s Ocean’s Finest Seafood and Crab restaurant will finally open its doors on Saturday, May 22, at the newly renovated K Street corner at Anthem Row, 700 K Street, NW. The restaurant is a spacious two-story, 10,000 sq. ft. destination, which features a vibrant Stone Crab Lounge, sparkling chandeliers, signature red leather horseshoe booths, and elegant floor-to-ceiling views of the thriving downtown D.C. neighborhood near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Carnegie Library. Read More
610 H Street, NW
Ed. Note: A call to the restaurant rings and rings without going to voicemail.
New Big Wong closing? Took this photo of New Big Wong today. Wondering if I missed a closing notice? Would be a shame to see them go.”
Flight Wine Bar ( 777 6th Street, NW) shares:
“Note from guest b/c she didn’t like DC laws we follow for safety of staff & guests. We never thought we would say this but maybe Flight is not for everyone. It’s for those who believe in science. And in kindness. #bekind #USSR #commies #1star #youneverlivedundercommierule”
via Flight Wine Bar
501 G Street, NW courtesy Free State
From Free State:
“Thursday, March 25, 2021
4:00 PM 11:30 PM
Join Free State in a Maryland Day, aka the landing of the first European settlers in the Province of Maryland, celebration! We’ll be serving up a selection of Maryland made craft beer from Silver Branch Brewing Co. (Silver Spring), Union Brewing (Baltimore) and Cushwa Brewing Co. (Williamsport) as well as specialty themed cocktails and our famous Frozen (frozen) Rye. Specials available all day on the patio and contactless pickup. Reservations available, walk-ins welcome.
650 Massachusetts Ave, NW photos by Jennifer Chase
Ed. Note: This is the former location of a Maison Kayser, which closed in 2019.
From a press release:
“On the heels of a successful launch into the market earlier this month [Ed. Note: in Georgetown Wisconsin and N Street, NW], Foxtrot is opening its second location in Washington, DC in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood at 650 Massachusetts Ave. NW.
Foxtrot’s shelves are stocked with items by some of the DC region’s favorite brands and artisans, including prepared meals by local chef Erik Bruner Yang and goods from beloved brands like Gordy’s Pickles, Veggie Confetti, Mason Dixie and Pineapple Collaborative, to name a few. Foxtrot is also the newest neighborhood watering hole for coffee with friends, made with beans from local roaster Vigilante Coffee, or happy hour with coworkers which can be enjoyed on the store’s patio. Guests can pick out a bottle of wine from the over 200 bottles featured in store, all hand selected by Foxtrot’s sommelier Dylan Melvin, that range from everyday bottles (more than half are priced affordably at under $25) to special occasion and experimental wines.
Foxtrot Market will be celebrating the grand opening of its Mount Vernon Triangle sore with activations and local giveaways throughout opening week: Read More
609 H Street, NW
The liquor license placard says: “The Establishment will be a restaurant serving Pakistani and Afghani food. Seating Capacity of 190 and a Total Occupancy Load of 199. Read More
18th and M Street, NW
Chinatown opened in 2009 and 18th and M opened in 2007. The temporary is now permanent for these two. There was a time…
625 H Street, NW
700 G Street, NW
From Free State’s Facebook:
“We’re excited to announce Free State will be re-opening for patio service and pickup orders on St. Patrick’s Day, Weds. 3/17. Specials all weekend long on Irish whiskey, hot drinks and craft beer. Reservations available now, on our website. We can’t wait to see you!” Read More
Photo by Scott Suchman
“Eric Shin, owner of SEOULSPICE, is pleased to announce the expansion of his healthy Korean comfort food concept with three new locations scheduled to open later this year. Founded in 2016, Shin opened his flagship location in the NoMa neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and expanded with additional locations in Tenleytown and College Park, Maryland, opening the following year. SEOULSPICE offers Korean-style rice bowls, kimbap burritos (Korritos), japchae noodle bowls, and salads showcasing original recipes from the Shin family, some of which have been passed down for generations.
439 7th Street, NW at E Street. Ed. Note: The space next to the now closed Starbucks
The first of SEOULSPICE’s three new locations is scheduled to open in May 2021 at the Westfield Montgomery Mall Food Court (next to Chipotle). Shin has also signed a lease for more than 2,000-square-feet of space at 439 7th Street, NW, 20004, across the street from Jaleo, which is scheduled for completion in July 2021. Read More
475 H Street, NW
Thanks to Eric for sending: “Looks like there’s some movement at the old Chinatown Coffee shop. The “for lease” signs were removed from the windows and there were people working on it this past weekend. I peeked in and the counter was removed. Any tips on what’s coming in?“
Chinatown Coffee closed in 2019 after 10 years here.