A new food hall is on the boards for Friendship Heights.
Common Place Hospitality has announced plans for an eight stall food hall at Wisconsin Place (map) just over the Maryland-DC border. The food hall will take over the spaces formerly occupied by PF Changs and Anthropologie, per a press release.
The offerings at the new food hall will include a spinoff of the Common Place Hospitality Tex-Mex restaurant Urbano 116 in addition to other concepts. The space will also have a full bar and speakeasy. The hall is looking to open its doors next spring.
The new restaurant offerings will be located across the street from the proposed redevelopment of the now-shuttered Mazza Gallerie mall.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-food-hall-for-friendship-heights/18511.
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