Monday, August 02, 2010

Prince of Petworth: Rustik coming to 1st & T St NW

See this news from the Prince of Petworth:

http://www.princeofpetworth.com/2010/08/big-bloomingdale-news-baraki-no-more-rustik-coming-to-1st-and-t-st-nw-sooner-than-you-think

Rustik Tavern website

10 comments:

  1. Great news! I look forward to going there soon.

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  2. Is the ANC aware of this? Don't they know that the opening of a restaurant leads inherently to robberies, rapes, murders, parking problems and other telltale signs of social depravity? The ANC has fallen asleep at the switch on this one. I demand an immediate emergency meeting to put a stop to this den of sin and to prevent it from tearing apart the fabric of our fine neighborhood. We cannot stand idly by while wood-fired pizzas are openly served. Think of the children, for god's sake.

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  3. @Anonymous I totally agree, we need something wholesome, like another Mart serving malt liquor

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  4. So exciting! PoP thinks it will be by the end of the month! Now I can't wait to go home and try to peak in the windows to figure out what it looks like in there.

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  5. Cannot Wait!!!

    @Anonymous. Thanks for the much needed laugh. I wonder if GiGi will be eating at Rustik on a regular basis ;)

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  7. Out of curiosity, does anyone know what rent is like for a business opening up in our neighborhood?

    Mat on North Capitol

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  8. Isn't anyone afraid that this new business might hamper the businesses of the local "entrepreneurs" dealing on the opposing corners...

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  9. Is this different from Boundary Stone? What is happening with that project?

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