1244 H Street, NE
Thanks to G. for sending this new liquor license placard for Toki Underground: Read More
Inside 1926 14th Street, NW. Photo by Andrew Cajas/La Flicks Photography
From an email:
“Due to increased demand for our sushi at Nama, we’ve decided to open a second location! We are super excited to announce the opening of Nama 14, an outpost inside of Tico on 14th st. While this location is different in address, the Nama quality you expect is exactly the same! Chef Young Oh, K Street’s beloved sushi chef, oversees Nama 14’s new sushi menu. Read More
Basebowl‘s IG says: “We are newly opened right outside the Nationals Park. 1201 Half Street, SE.
Mon – Thur 11:30 – 9:00
Fri – Sun 11:30 – 10:00”
You can see the menu here.
And my goodness do the goods look good: Read More
845 Upshur Street, NW
Thanks to Ryan for sending on Friday: “I just walked by the new ramen spot on Upshur and I was surprised to see it open.”
Check out their menu here.
Menya Hosaki’s website says:
“MENYA HOSAKI aspires to serve ramen with love and integrity. From broth to noodles, tare to chashu, every element is made in house and warmly brought to your table.”
current hours: Read More
845 Upshur Street, NW
The liquor license placard for Menya Hosaki says:
“A new Retailer’s Class D Restaurant with a seating capacity of 49 and Total Occupancy Load of 49.” Read More
This is in the old Anxo Porron and former Phase One space on Barracks Row. The liquor license placard for Yaju Ramen says:
“The Establishment will be a casual restaurant that serves ramen and Japanese comfort food. Applicant is requesting to increase Total Occupancy Load from 74 to 160 with seating for 120 patrons. Read More
1201 Half Street, SE
Absolutely none!! All the background on Basebowl here:
“Basebowl, a full-service ramen and fresh noodle restaurant. Named as a nod to the nearby baseball stadium, Basebowl will occupy 2,393 square feet and serve homemade Chinese and Taiwanese noodles, soup bowls, homemade dumplings with traditional bone broths for lunch, dinner and late night.” Read More
525 8th Street, SE
Thanks to Brian for sending: “In the old Anxo Porron and former Phase One space.”
Updates when we get an exact opening date.
300 Tingey Street, SE. Photo by Rey Lopez
From a press release:
“Hatoba – the 3rd Sapporo-style ramen shop/4th restaurant from the talented team behind the Daikaya Group – Daikaya, Haikan, and Bantam King – including dynamic DC-based partners and restaurateurs Daisuke Utagawa, Executive Chef Katsuya Fukushima, and Yama Jewayni – opened in the District’s booming ‘The Yards’ neighborhood. Read More