Washington, DC


inside 1050 31st Street, NW courtesy CUT

From a press release:

“The newly reopened Rosewood Washington D.C. unveils an evolved version of Wolfgang Puck’s CUT, the refined steak restaurant by the celebrated master chef, and rooftop lounge, CUT Above, offering sweeping views of the city. Located in the heart of Georgetown, CUT D.C. is reflective of the culinary diversity of the Mid-Atlantic region and the historic charm of the neighborhood.

“I want this CUT to be different, one that is true to its location,” said Wolfgang Puck. “It’s important to me that CUT D.C. has its own soul that reflects just how unique the Mid-Atlantic is and how diners want to eat now. While guests will still be able to order the signature steaks they have come to love at CUT, we want to showcase the bounty of the region and create a menu that encourages sharing.”

CUT DC_Dinner Menu

CUT DC_Lunch Menu

CUT DC_Breakfast Menu

CUT DC_Dessert Menu

CUT Above_Rooftop Menu

Leading the kitchen is Executive Chef Andrew Skala, who has spent the last 13 years working alongside Wolfgang and his team at Spago Las Vegas, Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, and, most recently, CUT New York City. True to Wolfgang’s hallmark ethos of using only the finest and freshest ingredients, Skala has solidified relationships with farmers, ranchers, dairy farmers and fishermen from the area to source seasonal products and items such as seafood from the Chesapeake Bay and wagyu beef from Virginia. Read More

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1242 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

From a press release:

“What: Shop Made in DC, the first brick and mortar store stocked exclusively with DC brands, will open a new location in the heart of Georgetown next month. Located at 1242 Wisconsin Ave., NW, the third Shop Made in DC will be exclusively retail-focused, featuring 100 makers, 26 of which are brand new Read More

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From MPD (sent at 5:30am):

“The Third District is currently investigating a shooting in the 3100 block of Mt Pleasant St NW. An adult male has been transported to an area hospital with a non life threatening gunshot wound to the leg. Officers and detectives are currently on the scene investigating.

Motorists and pedestrians can expect road closures in the area as we investigate.

Anyone with information is asked to call 202-727-9099.”

From MPD: (send at 5am): Read More

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Back in March of 2018 we reported that a liquor license placard had been posted for a:

“New Restaurant, serving Spanish cuisine/tapas with a vegetarian infusion. Sidewalk Café with 20 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 350 with seating for 200.”

I was wondering what was happening there and was told that the deal fell through. So your dreams of dressing in the 80s are alive and well. Until another deal is done. Read More

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1643 34th Street, NW

Thanks to Eric for sending:

“Wanted to pass along that Dent Place Market in Georgetown finally opened. I popped in and had a look around…the products are definitely on the more boutique/artisanal side but seemed to have a decent variety. The owner said they’re going to be adding more items, and FWIW the coffee I had was good.”

Have a look inside: Read More

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1728 Wisconsin Ave, NW via Loopnet

From a press release:

“Following the successful opening of Southeast Asian salad shop Bandoola Bowl this spring, owner Aung Myint will expand his presence in the Georgetown neighborhood with Sticx, coming to 1728 Wisconsin Avenue NW this fall. Occupying a 2200-square foot, 20-seat space, the new fast-casual concept will explore the rich tradition of Asian street food, focusing on styles of barbecue from Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, and Burma, as well as sushi, all served on sticks. Myint also owns Burmese dining staple Mandalay in Silver Spring, Md. alongside three generations of family, and has a decades-long history owning, operating, and consulting restaurants in the DMV. He’ll work with longtime friend and business partner Kunakorn Sangkhankaw on developing the menu at Sticx as well. Read More

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