3548 14th Street, NW
Thanks to all who passed on the sad news from The Pinch:
“They say all good things must come to an end… Sadly after nearly 8 great years The Pinch will be closing it’s doors. We’ve enjoyed our time spent here in Columbia Heights and getting to know our neighbors and friends and would love to see you all before we go! Our last night will be Tuesday 10/22/19!“
475 H Street, NW
Last week when we spoke about Starbucks closing in Chinatown – lots of folks recommended Chinatown Coffee Co. (among others) as a good alternative. And so it goes.
From an email:
“after an amazing 10 year run, we’ve decided to close our doors and move on. But not before we celebrate our fantastic run this Saturday night, October 5th at 7pm at Chinatown Coffee Co., with musical guest Collider. free admission. Donations accepted for the Patrica Handy Place for Women. Read More
2340 Wisconsin Ave, NW
From Town Hall:
“To our all our guests, neighbors, and those we’ve come to call family and friends,
All good things must come to an end and we will be closing our doors for good following this Sunday 9/29.
We want to thank you our guests for all your support and all the good times over the years. There have been many fond memories within these walls, and perhaps a few best left to posterity. Read More
1914 9th Street, NW
From Dino’s Grotto:
“After more than 14 years at two locations, it is time to move on. While we have two closing parties left, Last night was our final night of service. I will miss all our fans. Seeing so many couples bring in kids and saying that Dino was where they had heir first date was amazing. Sharing memories and stories the last time made this a real celebration. Read More
Thanks to Ouzo (and all who messaged us) for sending a shot of The Express’ final edition.
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From the Washington Post PR:
“The Washington Post will publish the last edition of its Express commuter paper as of Thursday, September 12. Express has been an integral part of the morning commute for Washingtonians–a lively, highly engaging publication that has served Washington’s Metro riders for years. With the growth of WiFi in Washington’s Metro system, The Post can now serve those readers in ways that couldn’t have been imagined when it launched 16 years ago. Read More
3813 Livingston Street, NW
Sad news up in Chevy Chase. Thanks to Marina for sending word: “Full of Beans Children’s Boutique is gone. Shame. Had really cute clothing for babies to age 8. Woman-owned, independent boutique, employed lots of locals and cared about the community. Generations of kids were shopped for there!” Read More
3135 M Street, NW
Haagenz Dazs jumping in with a reminder real quick on the windows of the papered over Georgetown spot: Read More