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1409 T Street, NW

From a press release:

“Andre McCain, founder, and CEO of Butter Me Up, the breakfast sandwich concept that began as a pop-up in May 2020 from HalfSmoke restaurant, is pleased to announce the Friday, September 2, opening of his second brick-and-mortar location in the bustling Logan Circle neighborhood at 1409 T Street, NW, 20009. Patrons can anticipate innovate, yet familiar breakfast staples at the new Butter Me Up 14th Street location, which will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

photo by Albert Ting

As a bonus, Butter Me Up invite’s customers to “pay what they want” on Thursday, September 8. 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Washington Area Women’s Foundation, Read More


So’s Your Mom, home to the legendary Bronx Pastrami

Trenton asks: “What’s the best sandwich in DC when considering quality, price, and convenience? My vote is 100% Prego Again. What do you think PoPville?”

Aside from the Crunchy Boi, chicken sandwiches, Reubens, turkey clubs, breakfast sandwiches, and sandwiches available for sit down at a restaurant, many more thoughts were had: Read More


Big claim from Michelle but does look delicious:

“Best sit down lunch sandwich in all of #DC is the Chicken Curry on the Cranberry Nut Bread Le Diplomate! Enjoyed it with amazing friends on a challenging day & can’t wait to go back for another! See you there & save me a sandwich!”

Other contenders for sit down at a restaurant?


photo by Mark H. Anbinder

On Friday we posted a petition pleading for the “practice of live sandwich making to the DC Wegmans.” And soon it shall be – update from the fine folks at Wegmans:

“We are planning on having a made-to-order sub shop station at the Wisconsin Ave store. In fact, we have been planning on it for a bit but were unable to get equipment and fixtures in time for opening. Based on what our vendors have told us, we hope to have everything in place in the next few months. Read More


“Dear PoPville,

I thought this sincere, but funny, petition might be something the community would enjoy (and agree with) on a quiet Friday.”


“I regret to inform that the above ranked caskets represent the only apparent means of obtaining cold deli sandwiches at Wegmans DC.

I am certain, in some MBA’s spreadsheet somewhere, that this sandwich appears in a cell as “SANDWICH X1” and somehow better fits some marketing persona that’s been developed for the “on the go” DC shopper, with lower per-sf prep cost.

It does not. Read More


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