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Sunday, August 25, 2013

WP: Ben's Chili Bowl on H

Bens Chili Bowl by Christian Oliveira
Bens Chili Bowl, a photo by Christian Oliveira on Flickr
Ben's Chili Bowl owner Nizam Ali tells the Washington Post what attracted him to H Street. Ben's Chili Bowl will open its H Street location in the coming months. It is located at the corner of 10th & H.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't know....it just seems like some burnt chili on bigger than normal hot dogs and people who know the service folks working behind the counter cutting in line in front of other people.....

And not at all some kind of cultural institution. Oh, and the bathrooms at the location on U street could use some Lysol.

Anonymous said...

More like Ben's C-diff Bowl...

(just being a dick)

Tom A. said...

But it's been there since before the metro. It's almost as old as McDonalds!

Grr said...

Ben's will be great for our neighborhood. Can't wait.

Anonymous said...

Say what you will. At least there will be a cheap breakfast place on H Street. (Would somebody PLEASE make the Ohio Diner a real diner?!)

Great. Now I'm thinking about Cap City Diner. We had it all, people-- and we threw it all away.

oh man said...

People on this blog can whine about anything. From grocery stores to "pre-fab" houses to Union Mkt to this and beyond, it never ceases to amaze me.

yeah said...

oh man: don't forget whining about people whining!

Anonymous said...

It seems that Ben's has been sitting on this property for a few years. Are they actually going to open in a few months?

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for Bens to open on H St NE.

Anonymous said...

More vegetarian options is always a good thing by me!

Anonymous said...

HA HA @ Yeah 2:37:00...you got me there. Good one.

Anonymous said...

If u want cheap breakfast on H try Tony's on 14th. Love it!! Having a name like Ben's that not corporate will b great here. I won't it eat it but many others will!!

Anonymous said...

Any news on the building collapse at the new Ben's construction site? The workers there have been very evasive, but after the initial collapse, the entire structure has now been torn down, including all of new work on the enclosed patio.