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Late-Night Lebanese Spot Muncheez Reopens With a New Menu This Week

The newly refurbished Georgetown eatery returns on Wednesday, June 13

Muncheez reopens for business on Wednesday, June 13.
Muncheez [Official photo]
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Late-night sanctuary Muncheez, which closed last month to renovate its interior and refresh the menu, is reopening the original Georgetown location (1071 Wisconsin Avenue NW) at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13. The local brand — there’s another location up in Tenleytown (4600 Wisconsin Avenue NW) — caters to broke college kids, with most items under $10.

The newly expanded menu now includes lentils and spinach dishes, one as a base and the other as a protein. And Mucheez now serves now baklava, too. The budding chain, founded in 2010, serves specialty shawarmas filled with meats that are slowly roasted on a rotating spit. There’s also traditional Lebanese flatbreads, crepes, and specialty pizzas.

Adding more seating to the popular dining haunt, which remains open until 2:30 a.m. most weekdays, and until 4:30 a.m. on weekends, was one of the reasons for the redesign.

Muncheez’s redesign entailed changing the floor, paint, and kitchen equipment and adding a colorful new seating area, an employee tells Eater.
Muncheez/official photo

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