by Prince Of Petworth May 6, 2019 at 9:45 am 0


1401 Maryland Ave, NE

Thanks to Anne for sending. Theories? Wild conjecture?

The Maryland Ave Chick Fil A opened in May 2017. Previously the space was home to a Checkers. If you’re in a pinch I’d suggest hitting the Popeyes at 1226 H Street, NE.

Ed. Note: Since it comes up on all Chick Fil A stories, allow me to include this post from a June 2018 story written in Huffpost titled: If You Really Love LGBTQ People, You Just Can’t Keep Eating Chick-fil-A.

by Prince Of Petworth May 2, 2019 at 10:05 am 0


2438 Market Street, NE courtesy Chick Fil A

Ed. Note: Since it comes up on all Chick Fil A stories, allow me to include this post from a June 2018 story written in Huffpost titled: If You Really Love LGBTQ People, You Just Can’t Keep Eating Chick-fil-A.

From an email:

“Guests camped out in the new Dakota Crossing Chick-fil-A parking lot last night for a chance to win Free Chick-fil-A for a year when the doors open this morning at 6:00a.

The new restaurant located at 2410 Market St. NE in Dakota Crossing is will officially open today, bringing its handcrafted food and award-winning customer service, commitment to community engagement and hands-on mentoring for 80 newly hired Team Members. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth April 23, 2019 at 9:45 am 0


Photo by PoPville flickr user Josh Bassett

From an email:

“On Wednesday, May 8, Chipotle Mexican Grill, known for its real ingredients and fresh food, will open its first restaurant east of the Anacostia River. Plus, the first 50 customers will receive Chipotle swag!

The new restaurant is located in the Shops at Park Village at the intersection of Alabama Ave SE and Stanton Rd SE (1571 Alabama Ave SE). Normal hours of operation will be 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days per week.

by Prince Of Petworth April 15, 2019 at 10:22 pm 0


1069 Wisconsin Ave, NW Photo: Rey Lopez

From a press release:

Bandoola Bowl, a Southeast Asian salad shop from 25-year restaurant industry veteran Aung Myint, announces an April 23 opening date at 1069 Wisconsin Avenue NW in Georgetown. The 2000-square-foot, two-story fast-casual concept explores Burmese cuisine, which often carries the scents and flavors of neighboring China, Thailand, and Vietnam, through approachable, ingredient-packed salads. Myint opened family-run Burmese dining staple Mandalay in Silver Spring, Md. in 2004, and worked with his mother, Mandalay’s head chef Hla Hme, to develop the recipes for Bandoola Bowl’s menu. (more…)

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