Washington, DC


1200 New Hampshire Ave, NW via Meiwah

UPDATE:

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12 yrs ago I started Tatte out of my home kitchen with a humble goal to create a life for myself here in the US. It was quiet the ride since then and never in my wildest dreams I thought this small but mighty bakery will touch so many people in so many ways reaching Boston and beyond… Today’s announcement makes it all even more surreal… DC we are coming your way!!!!! and we have so much to give! We cannot wait to open our doors and meet you all over Halva Latte, Shakshukah, Crunchy Halloumi, Jerusalem bagel, Pistachio croissant or Chocolate rose, it’s all coming with us! all your favorite things and so much more! Phew I said it and I did it! Massive love to my incredible team that build Tatte with me every day, they are champions and I could never do it without them. and to all our incredible guests who support and hug us every day, you rock and we are forever grateful for you.We love you back! DC see you in the Spring! ⚡️☕️#tattedc #dc #herewego #bestteam #goteamgo #tatteallday #brunchallday #tattebakery #biglove

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Azro asks:

“This past weekend I enjoyed brunch at Tatte in Boston. Best pastries ever. Rumor has it they are opening in DC. Is this true @PoPville ?”

Great news from another reader:

“In case you weren’t already in the know, tenants of 1200 New Hampshire Ave NW were made aware yesterday that the space formerly occupied by Meiwah will be replaced by Boston-based Tatte Bakery & Café. Read More

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21st and L Street, NW

Thanks to Brent for sending word. For Five’s website says:

“For Five was founded in 2010 by two best friends from Queens who wanted to introduce specialty coffee by New Yorkers for the world. Stefanos Vouvoudakis and Tom Tsiplakos, the founders of For Five, met in third grade in their Whitestone, Queens classroom and have been working together ever since. The two ventured into the specialty coffee roasting and wholesale business and built their roasting facility in Maspeth, Queens. At first, they sold their roasted beans to restaurants and other wholesale accounts before opening their first cafe on West 46th Street in Manhattan in 2016 — right in Times Square.” Read More

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Photo by Harrison O’Neill

Update from MPD 9:30am:

“MPD responded to a barricade situation in the 2100 block of L St., NW. Preliminary information suggested a man armed with a knife was dangling his feet on the edge of a building that is under construction. The subject is in custody at this time. No injuries have been reported.

Ed. Note: From the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – “No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.

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1120 22nd Street,NW

Thanks to Brent for sending: “Coming soon to the West End Ritz”

Their liquor license application says:

“New Tavern that will be a members-only club to store valuable wine and have wine tastings. Serving meats, cheeses, breads and light fare to be brought in from neighboring restaurants.Total Occupancy Load is 199.” Read More

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