Search Results for ""Turning Natural""
Florida Ave between 8th and 9th Street, NW
From a press release:
“JBG SMITH (NYSE:JBGS), a leading owner and developer of high-quality, mixed-use properties in the Washington, DC market, announces that a new collection of local retailers will be joining The Shay in Shaw. Located at the corners of 8th and Florida/U Streets NW, JBG SMITH first brought an eclectic and celebrated mix of retail and dining options to the neighborhood in 2015. Since then, a new enclave of DC-based options is slated to join the project.
New Retailers include: (more…)
“Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced that Turning Natural, Inc.–a local chain of juice bars–will pay more than $10,000 in unpaid wages to 22 employees as part of a settlement in a wage theft case with the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). The case, announced last July, alleged that Turning Natural failed to pay employees minimum wage and overtime, and failed to provide sick leave, as required by District law. Per the settlement, the company will return an average of $484 to each worker, and offer retroactive sick leave to seven current employees. Turning Natural will also pay $5,000 in civil penalties to the District. (more…)
4th and Butternut Street, NW
From a press release:
Rock Creek Property Group, in partnership with Children’s National Health System, is pleased to announce that Turning Natural and Lost Sock Roasters have signed leases to anchor the retail space at the historic Takoma Theatre project. These exciting beverage and food operators join anchor tenant Children’s National’s Healthy Mind Brain Center at the 23,000 square foot former theater, located at Butternut and Fourth Streets, NW a few blocks from the Takoma Metro station.
Lost Sock Roasters is a small-batch artisanal coffee roaster located in the Brightwood Park neighborhood of Washington, DC. Lost Sock Roasters will feature fresh brewed coffee drinks and food from the popular Call Your Mother café in Petworth. Founded and run by former college roommates, Jeff Yerxa and Nicolas Cabrera, this will be the first stand-alone retail outpost for this successful roastery that currently sells wholesale and at local cafes such as Call Your Mother and Anxo Cidery.
Turning Natural is a juice bar and café that features cold-pressed juices, nutritious food options, and natural ingredients. (more…)
14th and H Street, NE.
Thanks to Pint Apple for sending. Learn more about Turning Natural and check out their menu here.
previously the former long vacant Ohio restaurant: