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Grazie Grazie debuts downtown on Tuesday, November 29 with pizza on the menu.
Grazie Grazie

Despite lingering challenges posed by the pandemic, lots of exciting dining options continue to pop up all over town. Here’s a running list of recent openings. Other new and notable restaurants are featured here. For the buzziest new bars around town this month, go here.

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November 2022

DOWNTOWN—Casey Patten’s sub shop Grazie Grazie unveils its second D.C. location on Tuesday, November 29. All of the same sandwiches, cheesesteaks, and salads from the 3-year-old Wharf original will be on the menu. The new K Street NW sibling debuts pizza for the first time, served by the slice or whole pie and finished with Pecorino Romano and fresh basil. Red sauce options include the “Classico” (aged and fresh mozzarella, provolone) and “Bocelli” dotted with pepperoni cups from Ohio’s Ezzo Sausage Co. and Calabrian hot honey. A white pie piles on mozzarella, fontina cheese, herbed mushrooms, onion, and mushroom cream. Open for takeout, dine-in, and delivery from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Patten also runs Midtown Center’s new pizza and pasta parlor Grazie Nonna with chef Gerald Addison. 1875 K Street NW

DOWNTOWN—Pow Pow, D.C.’s kosher, vegan-friendly shop that got its start on H Street NE, debuted its anticipated Franklin Square location this week. Pow Pow channels Asian flavors and techniques in a variety of starters and bowls, like Taiwanese fried cashew mozzarella, kung pao green beans, and a yoga dragon bowl with a grilled chicken substitute tossed in peanut sauce. To celebrate World Vegan Day all November, use “PowPowFamily” at checkout for 20-percent off online orders at its sophomore D.C. digs. The chic, industrial-style space framed with tiger murals and neon street art features a row of window-facing bar stools and booths. Pow Pow comes from local DJ/restaurateur Shaun Sharkey and plant-based chef Margaux Riccio. 1250 I Street NW

BETHESDA—Foxtrot, the buzzy, all-day market and cafe with its own on-demand delivery app, debuts its fifth DMV-area location at Bethesda Row on Friday, November 18. The 4,000-square-foot space boasts an expansive outdoor patio and oak bar slinging local beers and a curated wine list. There’s also coffee, smoothies, breakfast tacos, salads and bowls, and grab-and-go meals for lunch and dinner. Foxtrot carries more than 150 local products from some 50 companies, including beans from Ceremony Coffee, gelato from Dolcezza, and hummus from Little Sesame. Foxtrot joins area stores in Dupont, Mount Vernon Triangle, Georgetown, and Old Town. An opening day party (4 p.m. to 7 p.m.) includes music, food, drink, and freebies. Download its app during opening week for a surprise gift. 7262 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland

Timber Pizza Co. opened in early November at Reagan National Airport.
Timber Pizza Co.

ARLINGTON—Timber Pizza Co., the acclaimed pie shop and food truck from Daniela Moreira and Andrew Dana (Call Your Mother), branched out to Reagan National Airport this month. Located in Concourse E near Gate E5, the new airport outpost joins two Timber Pizza storefronts in Petworth and Ballston. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night orders to cater to red-eye flyers. A menu of made-to-order, 10-inch personal pies feature its most popular red, green and white options. That includes the Bentley (tomato sauce, provolone and mozzarella blend, cured chorizo, soppressata, Peruvian sweet peppers, spicy honey); Green Monster (pesto, fresh mozzarella, feta cheese, zucchini, kale); and a slow-roasted pork variety with pickled shallots and spicy pineapple chips to dip. — Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

The lounge is splashed with a mural of iconic Black golfers Renee Powell and Charlie Sifford.

DOWNTOWN—CitySwing, D.C.’s latest golf simulator course that debuted in July, finally flicked on its food and beverage program this month. Take a break from the putting green or immersive golf suite outfitted with Trackman technology and head to the bar and lounge for a spiked seltzer, Old Fashioned, espresso martini, or a “John Daly” (Deep Eddy lemonade and sweet tea vodkas, lemon juice, mandarin). Eats include wings (aka “s’wings”), chicken or tuna salad sandwiches, Reubens, salmon sliders, pretzel bites, salads, and more. The public can partake in the menu, too. Its high-tech owner Tari Cash, who formerly worked at Tesla and Under Armour, will soon open another CitySwing in Reston. 901 New York Ave NW

SHAW—Panamanian coffee chain Café Unido added a second D.C. outpost, complete with the country’s cherished coffee “omakase” service. Founders Benito Bermudez and Mario Castrellon source beans directly from growers in Panama, and their new 69-seat cafe with a big patio offers an all-day menu full of empanadas, hojaldres (flatbreads), and a coffee-rubbed burger. Find local beers, natural wines, and caffeinated cocktails at the bar. The D.C. original (and first in the U.S.) sits in Union Market district’s Latin market La Cosecha. 908 W Street NW

October 2022

NAVY YARD—Silver Diner’s debut D.C. location, situated directly across from Nationals Park, unveiled a shiny new rooftop bar that stays open until as late as 2 a.m. on weekends. The 21-and-up space, dubbed Silver Social, debuts with bar bites like half-smoke sliders, flatbreads, and Buffalo chicken tacos from the Maryland-based chain’s chef Ype Von Hengst. The 121-seat perch with a heated terrace trailed its downstairs counterpart by a few weeks. Mixologist Richard Torres whips up cocktails with local spirits and fresh juices to go along with local beers and wines. Silver Social stays open until as late as 2 a.m. on weekends, with a build-you-own mimosa brunch until 4 p.m. A debut bartender guest series on Thursday, November 17 donates a portion of proceeds to D.C. nonprofit Leveling the Playing Field. 1250 Half Street SE

UNION MARKET— The Northeast food hall welcomes a Lebanese stall called Yasmīne on Monday, October 24. Chefs Chris Morgan and Gerald Addison (Bammy’s) reunite with beverage director Said Haddad to recreate the post-shift street foods and drinks they used to make during their days at Michelin-rated Maydan. Opening offerings include grilled lamb kebabs, thinly-shaved beef shawarma, shish taouk, falafel, cheeses, salads, spreads, and pita-wrapped sandwiches topped with herbs, vegetables, and flavorful sauces. Yasmīne, named after Haddad’s beloved grandmother, also centers around pours of arak (a popular Middle Eastern distilled spirit). Arak “service” comes with add-ons like carrots with lemon and sea salt; Medjoul dates salted and seasoned with orange zest; and herbed mixed olives. The full bar also offers wine and cocktails.

Yasmīne replaces Rappahannock Oyster Bar in Union Market.
Jen Chase/Jennifer Chase Photography

Local bubble tea shop Spot of Tea also opened a new outpost inside Union Market on Saturday, October 22. A debut line of vegan soft serve joins familiar drinks filled with tapioca boba, sweet lychee jelly, or savory adzuki red bean. 1309 5th Street NE

SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA—Duck Donuts opened its sixteenth shop in Virginia on Saturday, October 22 in the Old Keene Mill Shopping Center. It’s the second store for franchisee Tesfaye Dres, who also owns and operates of its Alexandria location. 8404A Old Keene Mill Road, Springfield, Va.

Duck Donuts brings sweet spheres to Springfield.
Duck Donuts

TRINIDAD—Calypso Coffee and Ice Cream opened Saturday, October 22 with ice cream, coffees, teas, and pastries. Calypso, named for the Afro-Caribbean music genre from Trinidad and Tobago, pays homage to the bright colors of Carnival with a big mural out front. The neighborhood gathering spot marks the first retail project for the building’s residential real estate investors. Opening hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday to Friday and starting at 10 a.m. on weekends. Swing through on opening day for free ice cream and coffee from noon to 2 p.m. 1730 Trinidad Avenue NE

Prominent muralist Erik B Ricks splashed the facade with hummingbirds and his signature geometric shapes.

DUPONT CIRCLE—Peter Chang, the acclaimed Chinese chef behind a restaurant empire scattered across Maryland, Virginia, and Connecticut, brought D.C. a long-awaited taste of his bold Sichuan cooking. The former Chinese embassy chef teams up with his daughter Lydia Chang to open Chang Chang in Dupont Circle. The dual project is comprised of separate dine-in (“Chang In”) and carryout (“Chang Out”) operations, with little menu overlap for each. Chang Out opened first on Saturday, October 8, followed by Chang In’s full-service dining room on Thursday, October 20. 1200 19th Street NW

OLD TOWN—Fast-growing local chain Andy’s Pizza just brought its award-winning pies to the center of Old Town. The casual pizza parlor opens with a familiar menu full of New York-style slices, whole pies, salads, wings, and fries. A bar is projected to open within the next week or so with local drafts and cocktails. Owner Andy Brown’s acclaimed chain that got its start in Tysons Corner now has stores scattered all over D.C., and Old Town kicks off its suburbia expansion plans (a Bethesda locale is next). To celebrate the grand opening on Wednesday, October 19, Andy’s will offer a free slice with any purchase. Open for evenings to start, with lunch coming soon. Andy’s Pizza just secured a spot on Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema’s fall dining guide. 107 N. Fayette Street, Alexandria, Va.

LOGAN CIRCLE—The foot of a neon-green Holiday Inn is home to the first Johnny Rockets D.C. has seen in years. The ’50s diner chain that closed its Georgetown storefront in 2020 just made a surprise city comeback right near Logan Circle’s nightlife strip. Lit up like a birthday cake along Rhode Island Avenue NW, the shiny new location sports black-and-white tiled floors, bright red booths, D.C.-themed posters, Motown music, and a retro bar serving draft beers and spiked milkshakes. Cooked-to-order burgers and fries share space on the menu with poultry sibling Hurricane Grill & Wings, marking parent company Fat Brands Inc.’s first co-branded U.S. location. D.C. also maintains a walk-up Johnny Rockets in the depths of Union Station. And there’s no shortage of fast-casual counters in FedEx Field thanks to Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder, who used to have a stake in the oldies chain. Open daily starting at 6:30 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday and midnight on weekends. 1501 Rhode Island Avenue NW

NAVY YARD—Long-running Maryland-based chain Silver Diner opens its first outpost in D.C. proper on Wednesday, October 5. The two-piece project next to Nationals Park features a second-story level called Bar Silver serving drinks and small plates and an outdoor terrace overlooking the baseball stadium. The lower level will look more familiar, serving Silver Diner’s hits from executive chef and Chopped winner Ype Von Hengst, a big kid’s menu, and vegan and gluten-free options. The 33-year-old brand announced the 8,000-square-foot setup back in 2021. 1250 Half Street SE

CAPITOL HILL—Cantonese dim sum spot Han Palace opens its third area location on Saturday, October 1. Along with an a la carte menu, two unlimited tasting menus are served at lunch and dinner: dim sum option ($38) with soup dumplings, scallion pancakes, steamed pork buns, noodle and rice dishes; and Peking duck spread ($48) with dishes like crispy beef and crispy eggplant. Tea are included in both. The original Han Palace opened in Arlington in 1973 in Arlington, and owner Chris Zhu now runs outposts in Tysons Corner and Woodley Park. Daily hours will be 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 522 8th Street SE.

A look inside Han Palace’s new Barracks Row location.
Han Palace

September 2022

MANASSAS—Los Angeles-born chain Fatburger brings its famed cooked-to-order burgers to the D.C. market for the first time. Its Manassas outpost shares space with chicken wing sibling Buffalo’s Express, with a bar sending out cocktails like a Fat Mule, Two in the Mornin’ Daiquiri, and spiked milkshakes made with hand-scooped ice cream. The Buffalo’s Express menu features bone-in or boneless wings with a choice of homemade sauces. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 8097 Sudley Road, Manassas, Virginia

BRENTWOOD—Mushroom-obsessed sandwich and salad shop MushDC opened at miXt Food Hall in the heart of Maryland’s Gateway Arts District. Mushrooms mimic meat to make sandwiches the Izzit Chik’n, Bahn Mi Izzit, Jerk BBQ, a Mush N’ Cheese. Mush DC, which started as a pop-up at Shaw’s Roy Boys, comes from American Son alum Tarik Frazier and and business partner Alex Hamilton. 3809 Rhode Island Avenue, Brentwood, Maryland

August 2022

Tight Five Pub opened in late August.
Tight Five Pub

ADAMS MORGAN—The former Smoke & Barrel space is now home to Tight Five Pub, a new sports bar from two former rugby players that serves pub grub, cold beers, cocktails, and nightly and game day specials. Epic deals out of the gate include $3 PBR cans at brunch and after 10 p.m. downstairs alongside $5 rails. Wings, slathered in homemade barbecue, Buffalo, garlic pepper, or a “spicy terminator” sauce, are half-off all day on Tuesdays. On Wednesdays, a $40 “Scrum” package features 12 wings, fries or tots, veggies and dips, fried pickles and nachos, alongside live music and discounts for rugby jersey-wearing customers. The bar sides with American football, too, with 16 HDTVs airing the NFL Sunday Ticket. The bar also roots for D.C. teams and the New York Mets, Giants, and Syracuse University. On-site entertainment includes darts, Monday trivia, and monthly spelling bee contests. 2471 18th Street NW

SILVER SPRING—Chef Jeffeary Miskiri, the owner of H Street’s long-running Po Boy Jim and the newish Creole on 14th, expands to downtown Silver Spring with the opening of Miss Toya’s Creole House. Menu highlights include Creole spice-blasted wings, shrimp and grits, whole roasted Cajun snapper, loaded gumbo, and oysters plenty of ways. The bar puts its spin on New Orleans favorites like a Hurricane, sazerac, and spiked Louisiana tea. Sibling spot Miss Toya’s Southern Cajun Kitchen is en route to Southeast’s Shops at Penn Branch shopping center. 923 Ellsworth Drive Silver Spring, Maryland

ASHBURN, VIRGINIA—Roving food truck Rebel Taco breaks into suburbia with a huge 5,000-square-foot location for Loudoun County. The menu features familiar taco favorites on corn and flour tortillas, options for vegetarians, and a color-soaked bar sending out all sorts of tequila drinks. Rebel Taco, which has a truck at Clarendon beer garden The Lot, unveiled its long-awaited K Street NW outpost earlier this month. 22850 Brambleton Plaza, Ashburn, Virginia

OXON HILL, MARYLAND—California chain Pekoe Tea Bar expanded to the East Coast on Friday, August 19, bringing MGM National Harbor milk and fruit teas, smoothies, and coffees in the casino’s atrium. Star-shaped mango bobs inside a Kawaii (green tea infused with red guava, mango and passion fruit), while an icy Fire Melon features Tajin and watermelon chunks. For a pre-gambling jolt, there’s super strong Vietnamese coffee topped with caramel custard. Hours are 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. 101 MGM National Avenue, Oxon Hill, Maryland

California import Pekoe Tea Bar brings boba tea drinks to MGM National Harbor.
Pekoe Tea Bar

SOUTHEAST—Maryland-born Fuji Hibachi and Sushi opened Monday, August 8, at Ward 7’s Skyland Town Center. The 1,500-square-foot restaurant sends out sushi and Japanese dishes on a carryout-only basis to start (11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily). Fuji will add sit-down service this fall — making it the first full-service eatery at the shopping center. 2714 Good Hope Road SE

UPPER NORTHWEST—Boston’s fast-grown bakery Tatte opened at the splashy new City Ridge complex on Wednesday, August 24, with lattes and pastries starting at 7 a.m. daily. Tatte is the mixed-use development’s inaugural dining establishment to open, and King Street Oyster Bar, Taco Bamba, and others will soon follow. The city’s first Wegmans debuted across the street earlier this summer. 13 Ridge Square NW

MT. PLEASANT—D.C.’s wildly popular breakfast taco pop-up La Tejana swings open its first standalone store on Saturday, August 6. The 2020 fan favorite of Washington Post food columnist Tim Carman brings the upper Northwest neighborhood a true taste of the tiny taquerias its co-founder Ana-Maria Jaramillo frequented growing up in Texas. La Tejana honors Rio Grande Valley’s beloved border cuisine with five opening tacos — all served on homemade flour tortillas — like the “956” with eggs, bacon, potatoes, refried beans, queso, and cilantro ($4.50 each; three for $13; or six for $24). Open Wednesday to Sunday, 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., with drip and cold brew coffee too. 3211 Mt. Pleasant Street NW

MT. VERNON TRIANGLE—Roving food truck Rebel Taco unveiled its long-awaited K Street NW outpost on Friday, August 5. The 1,600-square-foot, graffiti-soaked space with a leaf-lined patio out front sports a Day of the Dead look with bright neon colors and skull logos. Corn and flour tortillas are topped with meaty fillings like barbacoa and chorizo, plus options for vegetarians and plans to hand patrons frozen margaritas through a bar window. Rebel Taco also maintains a truck at its Clarendon beer garden The Lot. 508 K Street NW

BALLSTON—Hawkers Street Asian Fare brings a variety dim sum, tiki drinks, and curries to Ballston on Thursday, August 4. The anticipated location, two years in the making, takes up a 4,380-square-foot corner of the Ballston Exchange complex. Founded in 2011 in Orlando, the fast-growing chain made its D.C. area debut at Bethesda Row in 2020. Its first location in Virginia is a little smaller than its Maryland counterpart. Hawkers, which pays homage to “hawker” street food stalls found across bustling night markets in Asia, is known for its Malaysian flat breads and other recipes from co-founder Allen Lo’s family. 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Va.

July 2022

ADAMS MORGAN—The 18th Street NW nightlife strip welcomed a cheerful destination for pastries wrapped in homemade dough at the end of July. Mola Empanada’s Panamanian-Caribbean menu stars savory selections like braised chicken curry with red bell peppers; chickpea curry with coconut milk; or a picadillo beef variety with a hint of cinnamon. Born as a pop-up, Mola’s debut storefront also offers a pan-fried section of plantains (patacones) and yucca fries, plus Panamanian breads coming soon. 2438 18th Street NW

NAVY YARD—Chicken + Whiskey, the popular South American rotisserie shop and whiskey bar on 14th Street NW since 2017, adds a bigger, follow-up location right next to Nationals Park on Saturday, July 30. Star Latin chef and partner Enrique Limardo (Seven Reasons, Immigrant Food, Imperfecto) designs a menu full of slow-roasted chickens brined for 12 hours and Venezuelan arepas to go along with a lengthy list of domestic and international whiskey pours. Unlike the narrow layout of the original — a chicken joint in the front, with a speakeasy tucked behind a refrigerator door in the back — Chicken + Whiskey puts its two components side-by-side in Navy Yard with roll-up garage doors spanning the length of the facade. 70 N Street SE

DOWNTOWN—Immigrant Food+, the nearly year-old destination for artsy global plates and dim sum in the literary-themed Planet Word museum, unveiled a new Negroni patio on Tuesday, July 26. The beloved summertime cocktail, comprised of equal parts gin, Campari and sweet vermouth, takes center stage across its peaceful patio out back. In Immigrant Food+ fashion, the Negroni gets a few global twists with spirits from France, Italy, and India. There’s six types to choose from ($15 each), and patrons can taste three as part of a $21 flight. The patio is open Tuesdays to Saturdays. 925 13th Street NW

REAGAN NATIONAL—Fuel up before a flight at Elevation Burger’s brand new locale at Terminal E inside the airport. Founded in 2002, the health-conscious patty pioneer known for its grass-fed burgers and olive oil-cooked fries also sends out ice cream shakes, cage-free chicken sandwiches, onion rings battered in gluten-free breading, and meat-free proteins.

Elevation Burger touched down at Reagan Washington National Airport on Tuesday, July 26.
Elevation Burger

ALEXANDRIA—Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, the iconic New Haven-style pizza parlor out of Connecticut, opens its second D.C. area location on Monday, July 18 at the Alexandria Commons Shopping Center. Founded nearly 100 years ago, the cult chain maintains a devoted New England following for its chewy, coal-fired pies with a thin, oblong crust and charred finish. The first area outpost opened at Bethesda’s Westfield Montgomery Mall this spring. 3231 Duke Street, Alexandria, Va.

DEL RAY—Elo’s Italian, the rustic Italian pop-up that took residency in Live Oak during the pandemic, has permanently replaced the Southern restaurant. Named for executive chef and owner Justus Frank’s daughter, family-friendly Elo’s serves pastas, flatbreads, charcuterie, cocktails, and wine. 1603 Commonwealth Avenue, Alexandria, Va.

UPPER NORTHWEST—D.C.’s first-ever Wegmans opened on Wednesday, July 13, with in-store dining options (Burger Bar and Pizza Shop); a raw bar with poke bowls and sushi; a bakery with homemade pastries and doughnuts; and Buzz coffee shop, plus 500 types of spirits, vermouths, and sakes. 41 Ridge Square NW

BETHESDA—Pizza TBD, Ensemble Digital Kitchen’s newest delivery and takeout brand, debuted in early July with a unique Roman-meets-Detroit style that relies on a 40-hour ferment. Opening offerings include a “Truffle Shuffle” and “Pep Boi” pie. The Steve Salis-run ghost kitchen also sends out eats from his Bib Gourmand-designated Honeymoon Chicken and Federalist Pig. 4856 Cordell Avenue, Bethesda, Md.

Pizza TBD combines airy and pan pizza styles.
Pizza TBD

SILVER SPRING—DMV food truck Trippy Tacos unveiled its first restaurant in Silver Spring starring tacos on homemade corn tortillas. There’s also quesadillas, nachos, tortas, and burritos, plus new breakfast offerings, loaded nacho fries, and a pupusa pizza. 12134 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.

DOWNTOWN—CitySwing’s first permanent golf studio opened on Thursday, July 7, with simulator rentals and lessons. Starting in early August, the bar and lounge will go live with a full food and beverage program. 901 New York Avenue NW

SILVER SPRING—Last fall the iconic home to Mrs. K’s Tollhouse flipped into an all-day venture called Zinnia, making use of its tavern and garden spaces. A stylish cafe joined the mix on Wednesday, July 6, with Counter Culture coffee drinks and full breakfast and lunch menus. 9201 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, Md.

Pastries served out of Zinnia’s new cafe portion.

DISTRICT HEIGHTS—Chef Damien Brown has new neon-lit, pop art-filled place to stock his whimsical sweets. Uncaged Desserts opened in early July with bourbon peach cobbler and Samosas cookie puddings, lemon bar cakes, and cheesecake slices stuffed with oatmeal cream and cherry. Swing by from noon to 7 p.m. 6031 Marlboro Pike, District Heights, Md.

June 2022

ALEXANDRIA—Jollibee, the worldwide fast-food chain from the Philippines with a hyper-loyal fanbase, brings buckets of fried chicken and other favorites to Alexandria. Some 2,500 guests showed up to the opening in late June at the Plaza at Landmark shopping center. Its first D.C. area location debuted a year ago in Wheaton, Md. 4809 Beauregard Street, Alexandria, Va.

Jollibee’s buckets of fried “chickenjoy” with brown gravy, sweet cheesy spaghetti loaded with hot dogs and ham, and peach mango handpies.

WEST END—Bandoola Bowl, the Southeast Asian salad shop that debuted in Georgetown 2019, is the newest vendor inside Western Market food hall. Flavors from Burma, Vietnam, and Thailand make their way into customized salads or warm bowls. Pick a spicy rice noodle or brown rice base can be topped with an array of proteins, spices, fruits, vegetables, and garnishes. Upcoming events on-site include a pet adoption event on Wednesday, July 20, and live music on Thursday, July 28. 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

ADAMS MORGAN—Jerk at Nite, the popular food truck founded by Howard University alumni, adds a new nightlife-driven location to enjoy its modern Jamaican menu and cocktails. 2406 18th Street NW

CHINATOWN—The space that formerly housed Honeygrow flipped into fast-casual Chinese food spot Wasai, serving dumplings, stir-fried noodles, wonton soup, pulled pork buns from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. 716 7th Street NW

SPRING VALLEY—Aussie-styled coffee roaster Bluestone Lane debuted its third D.C. cafe in Spring Valley in mid-June with its familiar flat whites, avo smash toasts, and new fried chicken sandwiches. Order pick-up, dine-in, or delivery via its app from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. 4874 Massachusetts Avenue NW

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