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Local Chain Seoulspice Is Tripling Its Presence in D.C.

The budding chain is opening in Tenleytown next week

A fully loaded rice bowl at Seoulspice.
Photo: Seoulspice
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Nearly two years after opening its first location in NoMa and cashing in on its neighboring 9-to-5 government crowd, Korean comfort food chain Seoulspice is adding two more restaurants in the D.C. area.

First up is a Tenleytown locale (4600 Wisconsin Avenue NW), slated to debut Monday, November 13. There’s an added bonus for being one of its first customers: one free entree for all on opening day (service is scheduled to run from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.).

The entirely gluten-free restaurant is known for its Korrito — a Korean-style sushi burrito — which features ingredients such as kimchi, organic chicken, and tofu. There’s also core sauces like creamy Sriracha that make their way into custom rice bowls, salads, and fusion tacos.

A third location of the local brand is “coming soon” to College Park, Maryland (4300 Hartwick Road). The plan is to feed hungry University of Maryland college students late into the evening (until midnight on weekends).