Bombay Street Food Opens a Third D.C. Location With a Lower-Priced Menu

Bombay Street Food Opens a Third D.C. Location With a Lower-Priced Menu

Bombay Street Food, the Indian restaurant that started out serving a variety of chaat, Indo-Chinese dishes, and vada pav in Columbia Heights just more than two decades ago, opens its third D.C. area these days (Thursday, March 11) around Adams Morgan. Restaurateur Asad Sheikh, who has also quickly developed Butter Hen Co. into a rapid-casual counterpart, has extra a couple new dishes. Bombay Road Food items 3 (1915 18th Street NW) serves aloo tiki (potato, chickpeas, and chutney) and a “chicken 65” in a spicy pink sauce with curry leaves. The 45-seat restaurant with a small six-seat patio gives a more cost-effective and more compact menu (assume an $18 thali platter for a person) than the initial or a 2nd restaurant on Barracks Row in Capitol Hill. It opens for lunch from noon to 3 p.m. and evening meal from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday by means of Sunday. Supply is readily available from 3rd-celebration apps.

In other news…

  • El Techo owner Louie Hankins will transform the following-doorway Shaw house that formerly housed Bistro Bohem into a new Italian cafe identified as Quattro Osteria this spring, Washington City Paper studies. He’s teaming up with Naples natives and brothers Salvio and Giovanni Ippolito on the pasta challenge, led by a “yet-to-be named chef coming from a Michelin-starred kitchen area.”
  • D.C.’s once-a-year Pink Tie Celebration goes the digital route this calendar year, with three-class carryout dinners from a collaborating DMV cafe of choice — Cranes, Shibuya Eatery, Seven Reasons, and Modena, to name a number of — on Friday, March 26. Tickets ($100-$135) incorporate cherry blossom-themed occasion kits.
  • Central by Michel Richard’s cult chicken nuggets-and-wine content hour is back again at its lounge and patio each and every Tuesday to Friday from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • 6-year-aged Vienna standby Caboose Tavern (520 Mill Road NE) just rolled out breakfast company for the 1st time (8 a.m. to 11 a.m.), with fried rooster biscuit and breakfast bowls, potato hash, and bacon pancakes.

Caboose Tavern/official picture

  • Arlington’s burger, shakes and beer brand name Big Buns expanded to the ‘burbs this 7 days with a new outpost in the vicinity of the Wiehle-Reston Metro station.
  • RPM Italian enters the on line grocery game this week with packaged pastas and sauces, create, meats and seafood, pantry merchandise, wines and cocktails, all available for pickup day-to-day (650 K St. NW).

Recreate an RPM Italian meal at household with packaged pastas and sauces for pickup.
RPM Italian/official picture

  • To overcome skipped snooze from daylight personal savings, espresso shop Bluestone Lane perks up prospects on Monday, March 15, with a distinctive “immunity” cappuccino, with proceeds benefitting Girls on the Operate. Mattress organization Casper will match donations.
  • Past Tense Yoga and Park View’s Georgian cafe Tabla host a “Flow + Feast” occasion on Saturday, March 13, at 5 p.m. Tickets are $50.