Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Local Briefing: Taylor Gourmet Reopens, NY Ave. Project, & ANC 6A's ABLC Considers Dio


After a long period, during which they were closed for renovations, local sandwich shop Taylor Gourmet (1116 H St.) will finally reopen on Friday Wednesday, March 22 (rescheduled). They've also got a notable addition to the team. Jacob Hunter, of Dirty South Deli, has joined up as their new culinary director. Look for a new roast lamb hoagie to roll out soon. Hunter's putting watermelon radishes, asparagus, and other surprising ingredients on it. DCist dug up more details on the news.

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Today's the last day to take the survey and submit your comments on the interactive map for the New York Avenue Streetscape and Trail Project.

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6A's Alcoholic Beverage Licensing Committee will meet this coming Tuesday, March 21 at 7 p.m. at Sherwood Recreation Center (10th & G Street). They'll discuss various matters, including a new tavern license application from Dio Wine Bar (904 H St., ABRA License No. 105482). Dio takes its name from Dionysus, the ancient Greek patron god of wine. The 24 seat wine bar will focus on natural wines, which can be a little funkier than the conventional vino you've likely been imbibing at dinner.

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