Tuesday, December 03, 2013

And a new Busboys and Poets is coming to...


What? You thought I was going to say something else? ;)

Congratulations to the Brookland neighborhood on their new mixed used development.

Go HERE for the full announcement in the Washington Post.

Shallal has signed a lease with the Bozzuto Group to open a Busboys and Poets restaurant as part of the Monroe Street Market project being built in the Northeast Washington neighborhood of Brookland. 
The $200 million mixed-use project is on nine acres adjacent to a Red Line Metro station and is being developed in conjunction with Catholic University, Shallal’s alma mater. 
The Brookland Busboys will be a 7,400-square-foot restaurant overlooking a public square named for former Catholic University president David M. O’Connell, at the corner of Monroe Street and Michigan Avenue. It’s expected to open in the fall of 2014.


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Anonymous said...

I hear your frustration and I am looking for more retail announcements for Ward 8......but this "gotcha" post was damn funny!!! I laughed out loud.

The Advoc8te said...

I'm such a stinker! :)

Anonymous said...

It will come to Anacostia.
I am hopeful :)

Anonymous said...

I can think of a number of establishements that I would rather have in Ward 8 than a Bus boys.

Time for a change said...

Apparently the owner Andy Shallal wants to run for mayor in next years election. He also at one point considered (rumor maybe) to open a Busboy & Poets location in Anacostia. That seems to have fallen to the wayside in pursuit of "up & coming" neighborhoods. Congratulations....I guess.

Anonymous said...

If there is any good part here: we are not getting this uglish building in W8