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Georgetowners Are Not Sold on Rest Stop Mainstay Wawa

Plus, the Obamas hit two more restaurants

Breakfast offerings at Wawa.


As is this the case with just about any proposed changes to one of D.C.’s most historic neighborhoods, Georgetown residents are worried that burgeoning chain Wawa’s new 7.100-square-foot store (1222 Wisconsin Avenue NW) will disrupt their way of life. The grab-and-go spot adored by Pennsylvanians opened a 24/7 outpost downtown last year, and is adding more locations in Tenleytown and Columbia Heights.


According to media reports, former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama had dinner over the weekend at Michelin-starred Tail Up Goat.

Dining enthusiast Michelle Obama continues to make the rounds in the local dining scene. Last week she had dinner at the Michelin-starred Dabney.


Sushi Nakazawa, the controversial New York-import tucked into the back of the Trump International Hotel, is opening up its 30-seat dining room on Friday, June 22. The additional seating will be available on Fridays and Saturdays to start. Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema recently raved about the meal he had at the restaurant’s dedicated sushi bar.

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Fast-casual bakery Panera is closing in Columbia Heights. A tipster sent Popville a picture of a an announcement saying the cafe is done as of 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 19. The carb-loving chain recently closed another location in Chinatown.

Tail Up Goat

1827 Adams Mill Road Northwest, , DC 20009 Visit Website


4530 40th Street Northwest, , DC 20016 (202) 558-0404 Visit Website

The Oval Room

800 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, , DC 20006 (202) 463-8700 Visit Website

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