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Friday, November 21, 2014

Copycat Co Opens Tomorrow

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Copycat Co (1110 H Street) opens its doors to the public tomorrow night. They have not provided a time, but last night's soft-opening started at 8pm. Copycat comes to us via Barmini alum Devin Gong. It'll be classic cocktails upstairs and Asian street food (bao, dumplings and skewers) downstairs. Good luck finding a spot. According to Eater they have 23 seats upstairs and 12 seats downstairs. For reference, Toki Underground (2nd floor of 1234 H Street) has 23 seats. Unlike at many H Street spots, both the kitchen and the bar will stay open until the wee hours (2am weeknights and 3am weekends).



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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

looks very legit

Anonymous said...

Is this Newsom? Really snuck up on me there.

Anonymous said...

The old "no price" drink menu. What is it with this town?

Jesse said...

Hopefully they'll have Asian street food pricing... And high chairs. :)

h st ll said...

How are the food and drinks? How tough has it been to get seating?

h st ll said...

How are the food and drinks? How tough has it been to get seating?

Anonymous said...

Stopped in and had 2 chicken and 2 beef potstickers. Cost 3.50

If your drunk and its late thats prob amazing.

I like my dough kinda like pasta or egg noodle texture and some juice to be inside when I bite. I found them not bad but on the dry side...I will give them another chance FWIW I am not Asian and dont know what a genuine potsticker should taste like on the street

Ann said...

We went in tonight, and there was no problem getting one of the 6 or so stools downstairs. Granted, it's a Tuesday, and while we were there, many people walking by stopped to look at the menu or popped in to ask a question.

I thought the food was really tasty. There were meat skewers for $3-4/piece and potstickers were $1.50 for 2. They also had bao buns which we didn't try. The food was made-to-order too.