Sol Mexican Grill: Coming to H Street in December?

4 Nov

We caught up with a representative of Sol Mexican Grill during H Street Festival a few weeks ago to learn more about their first stationary restaurant that is coming to H Street soon.  Sol Mexican Grill currently has two food trucks that roll around downtown serving a variety of tacos, burritos, and bowls featuring chicken, steak, carnitas, brisket, and vegetables.  Our favorite is the chicken bowl where they give you a generous serving of your choice of grilled chicken (tender and not overcooked), rice, beans, lettuce, corn, cheese, sour cream, guacamole (extra), jalapeños, onions, and three different types of salsa (the spicy one has a good kick).

Future Site of Sol Mexican Grill

Future Site of Sol Mexican Grill on H Street

Sol Mexican Grill will be opening at 1251 H Street (next to Smith Commons) in what used to be a Chinese takeout place (Danny’s).  We were told that they are ready to move forward with a complete renovation and remodel but have run into some delays with the permitting process.  They were hopeful that the new place can open up by or in December sometime.  The new place will feature two floors.  The first floor will be somewhat fast food like and will feature the food that Sol offers in its food trucks served up quickly.  The second floor will be more of a lounge that will offer drinks and also have a small patio in the back.  We hope to be able to welcome them to the neighborhood before the end of the year.

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  1. 2013: The Year Ahead for H Street’s Dining Scene « District Cuisine - December 26, 2012

    [...] Sol Mexican Grill (1251 H Street)–Sol currently operates two food trucks serving burritos and tacos throughout D.C., it plans on opening a new two story restaurant and bar with a patio next to Smith Commons on H Street, we were told that they hoped to open this December but construction does not currently seem to be progressing at the location (see our preview here) [...]

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