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From Brick Row House to Restaurant: Inside The Dabney

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The restaurant from Jeremiah Langhorne is very close to opening.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

The building that now houses The Dabney, Jeremiah Langhorne's upcoming D.C. restaurant, used to be a row house. The restaurant's design still captures that brick home feel.

The restaurant, designed by EditLab at StreetSense, has seating for 55. Original brick is everywhere, not to mention rocking chairs, piles of wood and other rustic details. The restaurant has an open kitchen, wood detailing and framed, homey artwork on the walls.

A rep for The Dabney declined to reveal an opening date, though the opening is coming very soon. Langhorne restaurant will serve obsessively-sourced, Mid-Atlantic cuisine at 122 Blagden Alley in Shaw.