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THE ASSEMBLY
PROJECTED OPENING: July 27th, 2021 1700 North Moore Street, Arlington, VA A new concept atop of the Rosslyn Metro Center is opening this July. The Assembly will offer all day dining, working, meeting, as well as late night cocktails for guests to enjoy. There will be two full service restaurants, indoor and outdoor bar spaces, a gourmet grocery store, and more. David Morton is the founder of this new concept. For more information, visit their website here.  
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THE BOMBAY CLUB
PROJECTED OPENING: August 2nd, 2021 815 Connecticut Avenue NW After closing on July 4th for a total renovation, Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj will be reopening opening his first Washington restaurant, The Bombay Club, this August. Also new to come to The Bombay Club are the intorduction of new dishes from Executive Chef Nilesh Singhvi. The updates include new furnishings and decor, as well as a new vibrant color scheme, while many of the original furnishings will still remain. Guests can also get excited to view the curated art package, commissioned specifcally for The Bombay Club. For more information, visit their website here.  
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FAVA POT
PROJECTED OPENING: Late August/Early September 2021 1817 M Street NW Dina Daniel will be opening a second Fava Pot location on M Street this Summer, replacing OKI Bowl D.C. The menu will be similar to that of the Union Market location but will include some specialities. This downtown location will also have the fast casual restaurant feel . Guests can get excited to try menu options such as scratch falafel, kebab bowls, kofta sandwiches, and more. This small space will have 12 seats and a limited amount of seats outside. For more information, visit their website here.
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THE HEIGHTS FOOD HALL
PROJECTED OPENING: Spring 2022 5406 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD A new food hall will be opening in the space formerly home to P.F. Changs and Anthropologie in Friendship Heights next year. The Heights Food Hall at Wisconsin Place is expected to boast eight food stalls, a full service bar, and a speakeasy. Details for vendors of the stalls are still to come but the two confirmed are: This Deli of Ours and Spoons & Sticks. This 10,000 square foot space will feature both indoor and outdoor seating will be offered at this new concept. Photo by Common Place Hospitality
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GOLDEN FLOUR
PROJECTED OPENING: Late July 2021 441 Kennedy Street NW Nieshia Williams will be opening a new bakery named after her gluten-free flour, Golden Flour, this July in D.C.'s Brentwood Park neighborhood. This new concept will specialize in gluten-free treats, includng menu options such as cinnamon rolls and chocolate croissants. Although Williams experiments with various gluten-free flour blends for her treats, traditional baked goods will also be available. Williams also plans on hosting cooking and baking lessons, for the neighborhood to enjoy. The bakery will boast a walk-up window, a first-floor production area, and a basement area where customers can place orders and sit at high-top tables. For more information, visit their website here. 
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OFFICINA CAFE
PROJECTED OPENING DATE: August 2nd, 2021 1615 L St NW Nicholas Stefanelli, Michelin-starred chef and DC veteran, is planning to expand Officina this August. This new venue will be a little more low-key than the original three-story location. The new one-story cafe will house up to 60 guests indoors and 60 outdoors. Officina Cafe will be offering guests breakfast, lunch, and happy hour. The cuisine will remain the same as the original location at the Wharf; however, Stefanelli says that he wants to put more of an emphasis on pasta. Photo Credit: www.dc.eater.com    
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HARVEY'S
PROJECTED OPENING: Early September 2021 513 West Broad Street, Falls Church, VA Chef Thomas Harvey has annoucned the opening of his new restaurant, Harvey's, this September in Falls Church. This new 2,600 square foot counter service restaurant will have 48 seats in the main dining room, as well as a 12-seat beer and wine bar. The restaurant will offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunches. Harvey's will offer true American cuisine and will serve different cultural dishes, such as house-made pasta, Russian pastries, sandwiches, and more. Wine and beer will be available for in-house purchases or take away service. For more information, visit their website here.