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Georgetown’s Farmers & Fishers has been “completely demolished” in the aftermath of April’s devastating flood of the riverside Washington Harbour complex, Washington Business Journal reports: “The space is completely raw and only concrete columns and open ceiling remain. Full demolition was the only solution as concern for contamination of all equipment and floors and all areas was very high, so everything was removed, said a spokeswoman.”
With estimated revenue losses of $20,000 to $40,000 each day, the restaurant may have lost upwards of $2.4 million and counting so far, according to the report. A spokeswoman says the restaurant won’t reopen until second quarter 2012 at the earliest.
Logo courtesy of Farmers & Fishers