photo by Erin
With thankgiving around the corner, I was wondering which places around DC have a Thanksgiving sandwich? Read More
1617 17th Street, NW
Thanks to Y. for sending: ” Fyi: I just saw that Prego on 17th is closed for remodeling.” Read More
1114 9th Street, NW
Thanks to J. for sending news about Your Only Friend:
“A forthcoming sandwich bar (the unification of a cocktail bar and sandwich shop) envisioned by Paul Taylor and Sherra Kurtz. Read More
Last month we learned that Booeymonger had abruptly closed in Friendship Heights, thus ending their presence in DC. At that time we heard the folks running the adjacent corner store were exploring taking over the sandwich shop. But according the the sign above – looks like Booeymonger is coming back! Read More
1617 17th Street, NW
Thanks to I. for sending earlier this morning at Prego Again. Historically, shops have been able to reopen after a few days after addressing the violation(s).
“Liberty Bell Cheesesteak”
From a press release:
“Lincoln Restaurant, a cherished cornerstone of the Washington D.C. dining scene for the past 12 years, is excited to announce its latest venture, White House Sandwiches, a groundbreaking ghost kitchen brand. Having resiliently navigated the challenges of COVID-19, Lincoln remains committed to offering a unique dining experience at its flagship location on 1110 Vermont Avenue, NW. Under the inspired stewardship of Owner and Proprietor, Alan Popovsky, the restaurant is venturing into the burgeoning landscape of ghost kitchens, augmenting its culinary reach to patrons beyond its physical premises. Read More
Last week I had this masterpiece from Dupont Market (1807 18th Street, NW.) I get my eggs fried medium, with swiss cheese on a ciabatta roll (but for me any roll will do.)
What is the perfect BEC to you? What type of cheese, what type of bread etc.? And most importantly where do you get yours?
919 18th St, NW just south of K Street
Update: They’ve now reopened!
Thanks to Jessica for sending Saturday: “Grazie Grazie K Street closed for health code violations. Went to grab a sandwich & discovered they were closed.”
So many similarities between Grazie Grazie and Taylor Gourmet.