An occasional roundup of coming eats

Where: Bethesda Row
What: Wood-fired oven and rotisserie, a “dining bar” serving the regular menu, small menu of local dishes
Who: Eli Hengst and Jared Rager, owners of Mendocino Grille in Georgetown and Sonoma on Cap Hill
When: April-ish


Where: Columbia Heights, land of renaissance, in condo-to-rental Highland Park
What: U.K. gastropub
Who: Owners of Hank’s Oyster Bar
When: June-ish

100 Prime
Where: In the former (and nearly foreclosed upon) 100 King, Alexandria
What: Fancy steak, seafood
Who: The One Group, which owns restaurants in New York, L.A., Vegas, and Miami. This will be the group’s first foray into D.C.

Co Co. Sala
Where: Penn Quarter, 929 F. St. NW
What: “Chocolate Lounge” You’re on your own figuring that out.
When: Soon, within the next couple of weeks

What: The Corduroy known and loved by Tom Sietsema in a new locale
Where: Shaw, in a townhouse close to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 1122 9th St. NW
When: Imminent

Tacqueria Distrito Federal II
Where: Petworth
What: It’s “II.” So it’ll kinda be like “I,” with two menus (one Spanish, one not) with tacos, meats
When: April-ish

Where: Alexandria
What: Lebanese, featuring saj (flat bread) sammies, stews, and hookahs
Who: Owners of Lebanese Tavernas
When: End of April

Where: 521 Eighth St. SE
What: Same great sliders and wood-fired pizza (if you like that sort of thing, which I don’t)
When: Early summer

Where: 1900 block of 14th Street NW, former home of junky stores
What: Seasonal American, sushi
When: Sometime this year

Where: In the former Viridian space, 1515 14th St. NW
Who: Tosca owner Paolo Sacco
What: Northern Italian, casual
When: Late summer

Where: Penn Quarter, 444 Seventh St. NW
What: Sushi from former Perry’s chef, sake
When: Soon

Where: Penn Qurater, 901 9th St. NW
What: French, seafood swimming in 100-foot aquarium
When: April-ish

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