It seems like hardly a week goes by without news of yet another bar or restaurant coming to Shaw.
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The bar comes from Anastasia Mori, a Parisian who previously worked as a marketing manager specializing in charcuterie at a French supermarket, and Heather Leonard, a former political fundraiser for Congressional democrats.
The new market will be half the size, but it's beer garden will be twice as big.
Broad Branch Market co-owner John Fielding and former Tabard Inn chef Paul Pelt are seeking $30,000 to help the place open this summer.
You can have muffins.
Al Crostino closed its doors on U Street NW late last year as its landlord, JBG Companies, prepared to make way for condo construction. Now, owners and daughter-mother team Lina and Juliana Nicolai are relocating a few blocks away to Shaw, where they'll be taking over the space formerly occupied by Cause philanthropub. (PoPville first noted the move earlier this week.) Expect the Italian […]
It’s opening night at Dino’s Grotto, and already the 20- and 30-somethings are dominating the dinner crowd. Owner Dean Gold, dressed in one of his typically colorful patterned shirts, floats around the canary-walled dining room and checks in on a group of six millennials with cocktails and a bunch of plates clustered on the table. […]
After closing his Cleveland Park restaurant Dino earlier this year, chef/owner Dean Gold officially opens his new spot, Dino’s Grotto, in Shaw tonight. Some things you may recognize: Much of the art and tableware come from Dino. The popular Dino burger also makes its return. And several other customer favorites, like lasagna, boar pasta, and meatballs, get their own […]
D.C.'s next brewery, Right Proper, is close to opening its doors. Co-founder Thor Cheston, who directed beer programs at Pizzeria Paradiso and Brasserie Beck before starting the Shaw-based brewpub, is planning to open in early December. Right Proper will serve eight beers on draft: six house beers designed by brewmaster Nathan Zeender and two lines for […]
McCrady's chef de cuisine Jeremiah Langhorne is leaving the nationally renowned Charleston, S.C., restaurant with plans to plant roots in D.C. with a place of his own, Charleston's The Post and Courier reported yesterday. Langhorne tells Y&H he's still looking at locations for the yet-unnamed eatery in Shaw, where he's set to move in November, just after […]