Today, Forest Hills. Tomorrow, the world. Okay, Brookland. Then, the world.
Little Red Fox founders Matt and Jena Carr will open a second eatery this summer in Brookland. And it will completely different from the first. The Carrs tell Washington City Paper it’s going to be an all-day breakfast joint – serving tacos. Breakfast tacos.
To this we say: Sign us up. And please put a couple on the Little Red Fox menu.
But wait – there’s more.
“We have a bigger idea in the works,” Matt Carr tells the City Paper, “but we’re still looking for perfect location for it.”
Speaking of DC restaurant power couples: Sfoglina scores another media mention and rave from Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema, who places Fabio and Maria Trabocchi’s latest restaurant second in a ranking of the year’s best new restaurants.
Building community at the market: Soapstone Market, fresh from its star turn on TV moves next to radio. WTOP talked to Soapstone and Broad Branch Market co-founder John Fielding for a piece on DC’s neighborhood markets – and how they function as a place for neighbors to be, well, neighborly.
“We always knew the idea of having a community store — it’s got the word ‘community’ in it,” Fielding tells WTOP, “but it really became something more when we started seeing friendships created in our store.”