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Linked up: Coming Soon

More buzz on the 2010 newcomers to the East End’s Asian dining scene.

  • Ruth Samuelson explains that Kushi should arrive at City Vista by April as the contract with Eden’s and Avant devised with financial incentive to do so. [WCP Housing Complex]
  • WBJ checks in with Wagamama for a status update on their 2010 opening in Penn Quarter (418 7th Street NW). FWIW, the corporate website suggests September 2010. [WBJ Top Shelf]

As we mentioned on Monday, Ming’s is another Asian dining option poised to enter the mix in 2010.

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Szechuan Gallery to become Ming’s

As reported by the Prince of Petworth last week, a liquor license application under the name Ming’s has been posted at the former Szechuan Gallery Restaurant space at 617 H Street NW.


The ABRA notice describes the Nature of Operation as follows:

Dining with an upscale atmosphere serving Chinese/Japanese food including authentic Hong Kong style dishes and sushi. No live entertainment or dancing. Occupancy Load is 143.

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Happy Holidays

Hope you are having a Happy Holiday season. Posting on the blog will be grinding down to a near halt between now and New Years as we enjoy ours. See you next year.

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Shoveling away the Snowpocalypse

The big snow event over the weekend produced some great photos and opportunities for fun in the snow. Even better than that for some of us is the 3 day weekend! However life must go on and we have no choice but to shovel and plow ourselves out.

Yesterday in my partial walkthrough of the neighborhood Museum Square, Madrigal, City Vista, and the DuMont had cleared their sidewalks. The large surface parking lots on the 300 and 400 blocks of K Street NW had not. This was especially troublesome on the parking lots 900 block frontage along Eye Street. The 425 Eye street renovations are already blocking off the west sidewalk with fencing so the lack of snow clearing on the east sidewalk leaves pedestrians no choice but to walk in the road.

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