Sally’s Middle Name, a stalwart for seasonal, globetrotting small plates on H Street NE, will close at the end of the month, according to a social media announcement today.
The married couple that owns the restaurant, chef Sam Adkins and director of operations Aphra Adkins, teased in the announcement that restaurant could be turned into a new project.
“While we can’t share what this space will be next, we are excited for the great things to come,” it reads.
Eater has reached out to the owners and will update this post with more information if necessary.
The restaurant opened in 2015 and soon drew a two-star review from Washington Post critic Tom Sietsema. This year, Washingtonian rated Sally’s as No. 53 in its top 100 D.C. restaurants. Sally’s is also a finalist for a local Rammy award given to the Upscale Casual Restaurant of the Year.
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It is with heavy hearts we must let you know that Sally's last day open will be Sunday, March 31st. Thank you for joining us. For sharing meals and conversation, birthdays, weddings and anniversaries. It has been a joy and honor to be a part of your neighborhood and community. While we can't yet share what this space will be next, we are excited for the great things to come. We would love to see you for one last meal before the 31st. All the best, Sam & Aphra