3410 11th Street, NW between Park and Monroe
From a press release:
“The Good Silver, Columbia Heights’ neighborhood cocktail bar and restaurant, is pleased to announce the addition of weekend brunch. Guests can expect the familiar, such as housemade Bloody Marys and Chicken and Waffles, and the addition of Shrubmosas and hearty foods such as the Pastrami Fleetwood Hash. All of this can be enjoyed in our comfortable bar under the careful watch of the Head Knight of the Knights Who Say Ni, who will judge you if you don’t finish your breakfast, the most important meal of the day. (more…)
Photo by Kishan Putta
“NOT HERE: this hateful graffiti was found on 38th st nw next to Ellington Field. We can’t allow #DC to succumb to the hateful climate.”
— Kishan Putta (@kishanputta) August 16, 2017
50 Blagden Alley NW
Washington CityPaper reports:
“It’ll be Eastern Seaboard, picnic-style food,” Beauchamp says. “We’ll have a grill outside–whether we’re doing steamed crabs or sausage links out there.”
Thanks to Jordan for sending from E Street NE.
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Boom!! Thanks to D for the UNIQLO Union Station update. Stay tuned for a Fall opening:
Photo by PoPville flickr user nevermindtheend
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3064 Mt. Pleasant St, NW
“update on when we will see progress on the old Flying Fish spot taken over by Each Peach? “Summer of 2017″ ending soon.”
Pear Plum has just posted a liquor license placard in the former Flying Fish space:
“A new restaurant serving breakfast, light bar food, sandwiches, soups and salads. Total Occupancy Load of 25, with seating for 14.”
Updates as they get closer to opening.
Le Bustiere strikes again!! And I will go another six weeks without sleeping. Not that I’m judging…
Thanks to Kathy for sending:
“A little something something from Hill East! Squash, eggplant, cucumbers, and peppers. It’s about to go DOWN…”
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