The Prince of Petworth (PoP) reports the possibility of 3 new pizza restaurants coming to DC neighborhoods:
Brookland (2711 12th St NE): According to the PoP, Menomale will bring pizza and craft beer to Brookland as early as mid-February.
Bloomingdale: (467 Florida Ave NW): Not many details yet, but sounds like a possible new pizza cafe for the Bloomingdale neighborhood.
Logan Circle / U Street: (1832 14th St NW): The plans sound exciting with a casual pizza concept restaurant on the top two floors, including a possible balcony and rooftop space.
Wow! Another round of exciting comings to DC:
French Bistro (Petworth): PoP is tracking the progress of Chez Billy’s, a French Bistro in the works for Petworth. As reported earlier this month, another bistro is planned for 14th & Q in Logan Circle.
Smucker Farms (U Street): PoP reports they will open very soon – bringing the tasty treats of Lancaster County, PA to DC!
Yes! Organic (Capitol Hill): City Biz reports Yes! Organic signed a lease for a space in Barrack’s Row, on the corner or 8th and Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.
Spring Mill Bread Company (Capitol Hill): PoP notes a new bread company should open soon on Barrack’s Row.
Italian Restaurant (Columbia Heights): PoP is following the development of Maple, an Italian restaurant in Columbia Heights, hopefully opening in a month.
Coffee Shop-Bar Hybrid (Columbia Heights): The Washingtonian reports the people behind Tryst, The Diner, and Open City are preparing a fourth venture, a coffee shop / bar hybrid in Columbia Heights.
Every day I read about more restaurants, bars, and shops coming to DC! Today a few of note were announced for Logan Circle / U Street, as reported by Urban Turf, Washington Business Journal, and the Prince of Petworth.
Here’s the rundown:
French Bistro – 14th and Q Streets NW. We can never have too many French Bistros, and what a great location and building.
Crossfit Praxis Gym – 14th Street and Florida Avenue NW. Many DC neighborhoods need gyms, so great news.
Buffalo Exchange – 14th Street, just south of Rhode Island Ave NW. I don’t know much about Buffalo Exchange, but it sounds pretty trendy.