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Thursday, March 10, 2011

City's Best: The Rise of Taylor Gourmet

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City's Best looks at the formula that propelled Taylor Gourmet into a sandwich empire of sorts.

12 comments:

dennis a said...

absolutely love this place, not a better sandwich in the city. bravo Taylor guys

Dave B said...

Does anybody else love that Birdland sign, even in its current state? I hope whoever moves in there one day keeps the sign and maybe makes it work

Campy said...

yeah I've always thought that birdland sign was incredible.

I also always liked Stan's Discount Clothing sign.

Anonymous said...

Everybody in the picture is white.

Anonymous said...

to 9:04, betcha they're not looking for a wig shop or nail salon either.

Anonymous said...

9:04 -

All your neighborhoods are belong to us.

inked said...

It's just a photo snapped during the H Street Festival.

Anonymous said...

I realized that it was a random shot of the H St festival, but what are the odds of catching a shot of all white people at the H St. festival? If that's not proof that the demographics of the neighborhood are changing then I don't know what is. Whether you think that change is good or bad is irrelevant to my simple observation.

Anonymous said...

all of their sandwiches are on white bread.

Anonymous said...

I can't even gt black caulk at Frager's anymore.

inked said...

12:15,
the other photos from the festival aren't all white, and it's definitely a different demographic at the festival, than in the neighborhood overall.

Anonymous said...

No reason for defense, just an observation of what I'm assuming is a random photo of events. I mean the photographer didn't stage the photo to have all white people so how strange is it that the photo would have all white people (especially at the H St Festival). And is that not sybolic of a changing H St? Doubt you could have gotten a photo with all white people 5 yrs ago.