Friday, March 5, 2010

The Weekly Round Up

It has been a busy week for restaurant news as we learn who opened, who closed, and who has their sights set on the District.

  • Twisted Vines Bottleshop and Bistro is planning a grand opening on Saturday on Columbia Pike in Arlington. Pay only $15 for wine and menu tasting ($10 if you sign up in advance).
  • Kushi, DC's only Tokyo sushi restaurant opened on K Street this week. Grilled skewers, sushi, and saki are always on the menu.
  • Ezmè opened in Dupont Circle, serving a cross between Balkan, Middle Eastern, and Turkish cuisine
  • Sweetgreen opened its P Street location (near 14th St.) on Monday.
  • Posh Restaurant and Supper Club
Future Restaurants
  • Serendipity 3 has acquired the space that previously housed Nathan's on M & Wisconsin. The owners believe the new restaurant could open as soon as late spring.
  • Tackle Box of Georgetown is opening up a second location on 10th Street in the former Waffle House location (across the street from Ford's Theatre).
  • Hill Country (BBQ) will be opening in Penn Quarter. It will feature a bar and live entertainment.

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