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Eno Wine Bar, Famous Dave's, More Coming

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enowinebar.jpg1) Georgetown: It's been awhile since anything's been said about Eno Wine Bar, the concept coming to the Four Seasons in Georgetown. But according to a press release, the restaurant should open this September at 2800 Pennsylvania Ave NW. There are five locations of Eno in such places as Chicago and California; this will be the first on the East Coast. Eno serves wines by the glass, cheeses, charcuterie and chocolates [PLYWOOD]

2) Germantown: Famous Dave's will open its 17th location in the greater Washington area on September 16. A rep tells Eater the location of the barbecue chain is just over 5,000 square foot in size, plus a 1,644 square foot patio. The restaurant will seat 150 inside and 55 on the patio, with ten HD televisions. It's located at 20660 Seneca Meadows Parkway. Washington Business Journal reports the restaurant's Gaithersburg location will close as a result. [PLYWOOD]

3) Del Ray: Patch brings word of a new coffee shop headed to Del Ray. Seva Cafe is planned for 2016 Mount Vernon Ave. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

4) Alexandria: A Don Rockwell reader spots signage for Namaste, which will replace Oriental Cafe in Alexandria. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

[Photo: Eno Wine Rooms]

Eno Wine Bar

2800 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC

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