April 23, 2021

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Bombay Street Foodstuff Opens a 3rd D.C. Area With a Reduce-Priced Menu

Bombay Avenue Food stuff, the Indian restaurant that started off out serving many chaat, Indo-Chinese dishes, and vada pav in Columbia Heights just around two several years back, opens its third D.C. location today (Thursday, March 11) near Adams Morgan. Restaurateur Asad Sheikh, who has also swiftly developed Butter Rooster Co. into a rapid-casual counterpart, has included a pair new dishes. Bombay Road Foods 3 (1915 18th Street NW) serves aloo tiki (potato, chickpeas, and chutney) and a “chicken 65” in a spicy red sauce with curry leaves. The 45-seat cafe with a tiny 6-seat patio delivers a less expensive and lesser menu (believe an $18 thali platter for 1) than the initial or a next cafe on Barracks Row in Capitol Hill. It opens for lunch from noon to 3 p.m. and supper from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Delivery is readily available from third-get together applications.

In other news…

  • El Techo proprietor Louie Hankins will change the future-doorway Shaw place that previously housed Bistro Bohem into a new Italian cafe called Quattro Osteria this spring, Washington Metropolis Paper studies. He’s teaming up with Naples natives and brothers Salvio and Giovanni Ippolito on the pasta undertaking, led by a “yet-to-be named chef coming from a Michelin-starred kitchen.”
  • D.C.’s yearly Pink Tie Social gathering goes the virtual route this 12 months, with three-study course carryout dinners from a participating DMV cafe of selection — Cranes, Shibuya Eatery, 7 Good reasons, and Modena, to name a couple of — on Friday, March 26. Tickets ($100-$135) involve cherry blossom-themed celebration kits.
  • Central by Michel Richard’s cult rooster nuggets-and-wine satisfied hour is again at its lounge and patio just about every Tuesday to Friday from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • 6-yr-aged Vienna standby Caboose Tavern (520 Mill Road NE) just rolled out breakfast services for the first time (8 a.m. to 11 a.m.), with fried chicken biscuit and breakfast bowls, potato hash, and bacon pancakes.

Caboose Tavern/formal photo

  • Arlington’s burger, shakes and beer manufacturer Major Buns expanded to the ‘burbs this 7 days with a new outpost close to the Wiehle-Reston Metro station.
  • RPM Italian enters the on line grocery match this week with packaged pastas and sauces, develop, meats and seafood, pantry items, wines and cocktails, all obtainable for pickup every day (650 K St. NW).

Recreate an RPM Italian food at household with packaged pastas and sauces for pickup.
RPM Italian/formal photo

  • To beat skipped rest from daylight discounts, coffee shop Bluestone Lane perks up clients on Monday, March 15, with a distinctive “immunity” cappuccino, with proceeds benefitting Women on the Run. Mattress organization Casper will match donations.
  • Earlier Tense Yoga and Park View’s Georgian cafe Tabla host a “Flow + Feast” party on Saturday, March 13, at 5 p.m. Tickets are $50.