Besides the brews and sweets provided by its partner, Peet’s Coffee, the corner spot has desks, couches, private nooks, meeting rooms and a conference table with a television and screen projector.
With this inaugural column, sharing the perfect recipe for August's arrival, The Georgetowner welcomes food writer Anita Parris Soule of Cook on a Whim.
The Georgetown location on M Street was the third Dean & Deluca store — and its first outside New York City, where the company was founded in SoHo in 1977.
Expect to see such items as chicken meatballs, grilled and skewered veggies, tofu on a stick and shrimp teriyaki. Owner Aung Myint is also looking forward to bringing a dish called “hoi jor” to the menu.
If the deal goes through, the landmark restaurant group, which began in Georgetown in 1963, would be bought by a local company that once included the Washington Post.
The closure of the grocery store for a major redevelopment of the property will leave Palisades residents with the nearest Safeway two miles away in Georgetown.
The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration has cited the upscale M Street market four times in four years for selling alcohol to minors.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District is promoting a slew of deals as part of its campaign to tell diners, shoppers and visitors that #georgetownisopen during the partial federal shutdown.
Laytham, who passed away at Washington Hospital Center on Jan. 3, had been ailing for some time with a long-standing heart condition.
Owner Omar Popal is emphasizing the 4,200-square-foot beer hall — in one of Georgetown’s last original warehouse spaces — and the Berliner's chef, a sausage-making whiz.