Friday, August 31, 2012

The Ground Floor


Yo! Sushi, the British fast food sushi chain, is opening a second location at 675 H St, NW. Construction is slated to begin in early October.

The Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown will be opening Cafe M, a 635 s.f. pastissieurre and cafe located off the front courtyard, this Fall.  It will be located in the M29 Lifestyle store which re-opened after an expansion in June.

DC Noodles, which closed to make way for Louis at 14th on U Street, is reported to be planning to reopen at 1817 Columbia Rd. in Adams Morgan.

Sherman Golden, a 75 seat restaurant, will open at 1316 9th St, NW.  (POP)

Union Town Bar and Grill, a Cajun style restaurant in Anacostia, closed after the owner has pleaded guilty to two felony drug charges.  (WJLA)

Ambar, a restaurant focusing on Serbian cuisine, will open in Capitol Hill at 523 8th St, SE in November.  (WP)

Numerous changes to alcohol licensing have been proposed under the Omnibus Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Amendment Act of 2012 which, among other changes, would streamline the application process and provide a penalty for holders of liquor licenses not in active use.

Jen Angotti is a DCRE realtor licensed in DC and VA.  She also writes Concrete Jungle DC.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

yo sushi is going to be a few doors down from hikari sushi. does this make any sense?

Anonymous said...

It's actually 675 H St, NW, in Chinatown.

IMGoph on Sep 2, 2012, 10:16:00 AM said...

also, Uniontown is one word, not two

 

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