Unconfirmed,, but CHC hears Le Pain Quotidien is supposed to reopen in the next few weeks. Click to enlarge.
But Pret a Manger at 3rd and PA Avenue, SE, looks like it’s gone for good.
Popville reported the demise of Hank’s at 633 PA Avenue, SE, then Jessica Sidman, food editor, Washingtonian said, “FYI it’s not permanently closed. Talked to owner Jamie Leeds who says she’s working with the landlord on a “wait and see situation.” She says it doesn’t make sense to open now given the restaurant’s size and shape.”
Tortilla Coast at Capitol South Metro has had it’s closing date postponed until July 26, while lease negotiations continue.
Muriel Bowser commissioned #MuralsDC51, a project comprised of local artists, to create 51 statehood, Black history, and social justice themed murals across all eight wards. This one is on the back of the Sherwood Recreation Center at 640 10th Street, SE.
And this, on the front of Cusbah Indian Restaurant at 1128 H Street, NE.
The Week Ahead…Community Meeting on SE Library & Some Photos from the Past Week
By Larry Janezich
July 19, 2020
The Week Ahead…
Monday, July 20
ANC6A Transportation & Public Space Committee meeting CANCELLED
Tuesday, July 21
ANC6A Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee is cancelled.
Thursday, July 23
Southeast Library Renovation Virtual Community Meeting, 6:30pm.
The third community meeting about the Southeast Library renovation will cover the recent due diligence work on the site and review the library building program. Attendees will provide feedback on adding to the building footprint.
This meeting will be a virtual event on WebEx. Please use this link at the time of the event. If you are prompted to enter a password, it is: dclibrary.
For more on plans to renovate the Southeast Library here: https://bit.ly/2ZJGDS4