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LA COLLINA
PROJECTED OPENING: Late January 2021 731 C Street SE A new restaurant opening in Capitol Hill, La Collina, will bring a modern take on the classic Italian osteria to D.C. Guests can get excited for a walk-up antipasti and panini window at lunch, that can be enjoyed on the patio. In the evening, La Collina will serve up a variety of homemade pastas, antipasti, salumi, cocktails, and carafes of wine. Prepared meals will also be available to be enjoyed from the comfort of guest's home. For more information, visit their website here.
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ATOMIC WINGS
PROJECTED OPENING: Winter 2021 Georgia Avenue near Howard University Childhood friends and business partners Fred Whit and Phil Monde are opening the first Atomic Wings in D.C. This new spot will bring new job opportunities to the students at Howard University, a historically Black university, as it will open near Howard's campus. Whit and Monde made it their mission to start a franchise business that would positively impact the communities that support HBCU and Black culture across the country. Atomic Wings serves antibiotic and hormone free all-natural wings in over 14 propriety sauces. For more information, visit their website here.
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TACO BAMBA: ROCKVILLE
PROJECTED OPENING: Spring 2021 1627 Rockville Pike Chef Victor Albisu has announced that the first Taco Bamba location in Maryland will be opening this Spring at Congressional Plaza in Rockville. This 2,766 square-foot space will feature a menu of tacos that are original to this new location and will expand their catering and delivery services to the Maryland suburbs. Guests can get excited for wings, enchiladas, chilaquiles, as well as Taco Bamba's famous torta sandwiches. Something else to look forward to are Maryland-inspired nuestros tacos that may feature fillings like crab cakes with slaw. There will also be a bar menu, overseen by beverage director Amin Seddiq, that will have classic and original cocktails, agave spritis, as well as local and Mexican beer and wine. For more information, visit their website here.
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COLLECTION 14
PROJECTED OPENING DATE: Early 2021 2102-2124 14 St NW The Madison Investment team, real estate experts, have recently announced their latest and largest DC project: Collection 14. Set to open up in early 2021, this new venture will boast retail, residential, event, and office space. This concept serves as DC largest landmark redevelopment project in the past decade. Residents who decide to live at Collection 14 will be able to enjoy a slew of amenities while also taking full advantage of the new retail and culinary concepts. The team is still sorting out specific details for the commercial space. Stay tuned for details. Photo Credit: Heather Freeman    
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CALL YOUR MOTHER: PIKE AND ROSE
PROJECTED OPENING: Spring 2021 11807 Grand Park Avenue Call Your Mother, D.C.'s popular "Jew-ish" deli, is set to open its fifth location in Pike and Rose this Spring. This new 2,283 square foot space will offer pick-up service through online ordering, and on-site ordering will be available Monday through Friday. Similar to their other locations, guests will be able to enjoy menu favorites such as the Royal Palm, which has plain cream cheese, smoked salmon, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, and capers. The menu will also feature lunchbox items. For more information, click here.  
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BAKER'S DAUGHTER: CHINATOWN
PROJECTED OPENING: Winter 2021 675 I Street NW Chef Matt Baker has announced that his Baker's Daughter cafè and market will be opening a second location in Chinatown later this Winter. This all-day store front offers prepared foods, coffee, pastries, and weekly meal kits. Though they are primarily focused on carryout and delivery, this 600 square-foot location will offer patio seating, perfect for warmer months. In comparion to its Ivy City predecessor, this Chinatown location will have a more pared-down menu and a heavier focus on grab and go dining. Pastry chef Aisha Momaney will be expanding the selection of house-made pastries and baked treats at this new location. For more info, visit their website here.
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DANGEROUSLY DELICIOUS PIES
PROJECTED OPENING: Mid- Late June 2021 4602 14th Street NW Rodney Henry, the founder of Dangerously Delicious Pies, has announced that the Baltimore eatery, known for sweet and savory pies, coffee, and more, will be coming to D.C. this Summer. After touring with his band, Henry would return with little to money and would bake pies in his downtime in between tours to make money, later becoming Dangerously Delicious Pies. Some pies guests can get excited for include pulled pork bbq, spinach goat cheese, chocolate cream, and more. For more information, visit their website here.  
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POW POW
PROJECTED OPENING: No New Info At This Time 13th and I Street NW After originially opening on H Street back in 2016, Shawn Sharkey and Stephen Cheung are opening another Pow Pow location in the Northeast Corridor of Washington, with an exact opening date to be announced. Pow Pow is known for its version of "new asian" food. Guests can get excited to enjoy food such as plant-based salads, bowls, and egg rolls the size of an arm. Sticky Rice owner, John Yamashita will be in charge of creating the menu. 
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ADA'S ON THE RIVER
PROJECTED OPENING: January 14th, 2021 3 Pioneer Mill Way Alexandria's waterfront dining scene will be getting a new restaurant this January, with the arrival of Ada's on the River. This new concept will be helmed by Chef Randall J. Matthews and pays homeage to 19th-century mathematician Ada Lovelace. Some things to get excited for at this 267-seat spot is a wood-burning oven that will cook steaks, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. There will also be 105 patio seats that will offer guests prime waterfront views. For more information, visit their website here.