Free hoagies + swag
Taylor Gourmet is opening its 15th(!) location today — 9th in the city — at 888 17th St NW. The first 88 folks in line will get a free regular-sized hoagie as well as a Taylor Gourmet tee.
New source for cider
A new space serving cider (and food from Union Kitchen) is planned for Petworth: Capitol Cider House, reports New Columbia Heights. The cider spot will have over 10 taps of local (made with 200 miles, and some made on-site) cider plus locally made food. Capitol Cider House is looking to open sometime in 2018.
So there’s good news and there’s bad news. The bad news first: Small Fry, the Park View “non-traditional smoke-house and fry shop” will close for good on the first day of 2018 (as per POPville.) The good news? The 3212 Georgia Ave. spot is staying in the family — Small Fry sister restaurant SUNdeVICH is taking over the space. A sign posted on the restaurant’s windows say the move is to solidify the SUNdeVICH brand in the District.
Horace & Dickie’s fans just outside DC, you’re in luck — the casual fish mini-chain is expanding in Prince George’s County, reports Washington Business Journal. A new location at 7901 Martin Luther King Jr. Highway in Glenarden will join the existing PG County location at Seat Pleasant.
Alexandria’s Smoking Kow BBQ food truck is hoping to go the brick-and-mortar route, reports Washington Business Journal. Dylan Kough, the truck’s owner, has filed an application with the city to open a permanent space at 3250 Duke St., which previously housed Sinbad Mediterranean Food & Bakery and Maggio’s among other quick-service spots.