New Restaurants Coming to NoMa and H Street

5 Dec

Exciting restaurant news for the NoMa and H Street regions at the end of last week:

Zuppa Fresca in NoMa: Our friends over at Frozen Tropics and DC NoMa reported that the Loree Grand apartment building in NoMa has found a replacement restaurant for Jillian Clark’s “Kitchen on K Street” that had been scheduled to open on the first floor of the building until it was recently announced that it had pulled out.  Looking inside, it had been obvious that the space had already been designed for the incoming restaurant for several months, but little work had been done over the past several months.  Fortunately, Zuppa Fresca, a new Italian restaurant by Alfio Celia will be opening soon.  DC NoMa (menu included) and Frozen Tropics have more details.

Chicken Tortilla on H Street: Frozen Tropics also reports that Chicken Tortilla is opening on the east end of H Street (1324 H Street).  The new restaurant will open on the same stretch of H Street where Shawafel and Pho Bar and Grill recently opened.

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2 Responses to “New Restaurants Coming to NoMa and H Street”

  1. Chef Alfio Celia December 30, 2011 at 3:57 am #

    We are opening this Saturday at 8 am until 4 pm for breakfast and lunch. Please visit our website for the menu and our regular hours starting sunday.

    http://www.zuppafresca.com

    Thank you everyone

    Chef Alfio
    Zuppa Fresca

  2. Alfio January 1, 2012 at 6:59 pm #

    We are now open for Breakfast and Lunch. Please visit our website for more Info!!!

    http://www.zuppafresca.com

    Thank you,
    Chef Alfio

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