2000 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
From an email:
1100 15th Street, NW in the courtyard
Akedo is next door to the coming Little Chicken/Grazie Nonna. Akedo’s placard says:
“A Tavern that will serve Japanese street food Read More
1326 14th Street, NW
Thanks to Nathalie for sending: “new restaurant coming to old banh Thai spot on 14th”.
200 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
4221 Connecticut Ave, NW
Is Sushi Para permanently closed here in Van Ness?”
Welp, it’s not looking good. A call to the restaurant rings and rings without going to voicemail. Yelp and google list them as permanently closed:
Sushi Para opened in Van Ness back in January 2012 and put lots and lots of sushi in our bellies. If permanent as it seems they will indeed be missed.
Now bring back Taco Bell you cowards!!
17th and U Street, NW
Have you heard of places for taiyaki? Boba & Bites has unfortunately closed and I’m not sure of another DMV area place to get it. Thanks!!”
I’m guessing Hana likely has them – anyone know for sure? Anywhere else?
Photo by Rey Lopez
Ed. Note: This is the spot with the dope indoor moss garden we looked at last week. I got to see it in person and it is incredibly cool. And of equal import – the food was delicious too. This is gonna be another very popular spot.
From a press release:
“Celebrated Daikaya Group partners Yama Jewayni, Katsuya Fukushima, and Daisuke Utagawa are thrilled to announce the opening of their fifth restaurant in the District – Tonari (at 707 6th Street, NW; www.TonariDC.com; 202-289-8900) – meaning ‘next door’ or ‘neighbor’. Opening today – Friday, February 7th – at 5pm for dinner service, Tonari will serve as the first restaurant in Washington D.C. to showcase Japanese-style or ‘Wafu’ pasta and pizza located directly next to their flagship restaurant Daikaya in Chinatown. Lunch service, and a dessert tasting experience on the 2nd floor within Tonari is slated to launch in the coming weeks. Read More
2418 18th Street, NW
Back in July we reported that would be coming to the former #1 Juicy Cajun Seafood space. They suffered a devastating fire back in December 2017. But now Isshin Ramen looks ready to open any day now: Read More
1900 Q Street, NW
The liquor license placard says:
“Applicant requests to expand the Sidewalk Café seating capacity from 38 to 68.”
Rakuya opened here back in July 2016.
Check out their menus here.
15th and L Street, NW
Last week we learned that the fast casual Japanese restaurant Akedo, from one of the co-founders of a Japanese restaurant group, Zuma, was coming to the new Midtown Center building (the old Washington Post HQ.) Read More