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Crepes on the Corner, District Underground, More Close

1) Adams Morgan: The lights are out in District Underground's trippy LED light-panelled basement. Prince of Petworth reports that the restaurant and lounge on 18th Street is now closed. [PoP]

2) Capitol Hill: After a much delayed opening this past February, Crepes on the Corner's owners posted on Facebook yesterday that the creperie is now permanently closed. The restaurant went through months of tangles with DCRA to even get off the ground. In their Facebook message, the owners assured neighborhood supporters that they are looking for a new owner for the business. [Facebook via Don Rockwell]

3) Columbia Heights: Prince of Petworth also reports
that the former Park Road home of Senor Chicken — and occasionally, pop-up restaurant People's Bao — is officially up for lease. [PoP]

4) Anacostia: As previously reported, beleaguered Uniontown Bar and Grill closed on Friday, after being evicted due to $18,000 in unpaid rent. [Previously]

Adele Chapin

District Underground [Photo: Facebook]

Crepes On The Corner

257 15th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003 202-525-4795

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