1120 19th Street, NW
Good news for the crafty out there. The former home to Olivia’s Diner, G Street Food and Jonathan’s Gourmet is set to become an “Arts Supplies Store”:
1011 19th Street, NW just north of K Street
Thanks to Edward for sending:
“Not sure if you fully “confirmed” the Naf Naf Grill coming to 19th St, but saw this today!”
This is the former Protein Bar space (and Cosi before them.)
Naf Naf’s website says:
“Naf Naf Grill is the premium destination for fresh, authentic Middle Eastern food. Oven baked pitas, hand cut salads, and freshly prepared sauces all served as an accompaniment to award-winning shawarma and falafel.”
Check out their menu here. Stay tuned for an opening date.
1010 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
I remain intrigued but at 50% off may have to give it a go:
Photo by Christina
Update: December 15th
Thanks to Craig for sending. And it looks like they’ll have t-shirts for anyone who works nearby! Ed. Note: If you do work nearby, please snag me a medium and I’ll swap you a PoPville t-shirt for it!
Great things are coming to 19th Street NW. pic.twitter.com/dGLHEZ93Mj
— Melanie Fineman (@mnfineman) September 5, 2017
740 15th Street, NW
I am moderately excited about Union Trust‘s opening this fall.
The liquor license placard says:
“New tavern, specializing in higher end spirits, draft beer, and possibly light pre-prepared snacks. Recorded music. Total Occupancy Load is 79.”
OK I lied, I’m out of my mind excited about their opening this fall.
looking towards Joe’s Seafood
15th and H Street, NW
Right below Kanji-kana, Ramen, Donburi, Bento:
1018 Vermont Ave, NW just north of K Street
1134 19th Street, NW
This the former home of Sophie’s Cuban Cuisine which closed back in March of last year. Before Sophie’s it was the longtime home of Singapore Bistro. Donburi’s first location is at 2438 18th Street, NW in Adams Morgan. You can see Donburi’s menu here.
Donburi is calling this a soft opening with hours 11am to 10pm. (more…)
Thanks to Kate for sending:
“this new sustainable furniture store on 15 & L has their doors wide open with AC on everyday. So wasteful & not eco friendly.
Emailed the business & got no response. Regardless, it should be a city wide policy that businesses are not allowed to do this!”