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Kitchen on K Street, Coming to NoMa, NoMo


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NoMa BID has this release that Chef Gillian Clark is opening "Kitchen on K Street" at the corner of 3rd & K Sts NE this Spring. More good news for NE Capitol Hill, H Street, and NoMa residents!

Kitchen on K Street will be a full-service restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as offering a bar with counter seating. Clark chose the NoMa spot for its neighborhood feel and history – the Loree Grand is named in honor of Loree Murray, a longtime Northeast resident and community leader. “We saw the building and where it was – what it represents for the neighborhood in the naming of the Loree Grand,” Clark said. “It’s a new building, but has the neighborhood feel and charm of an older building.”

“We’re very excited to have the space leased to a local chef with a strong reputation,” said Eric Siegel of the Cohen Companies, which owns the Loree Grand in as Union Place Phase I LLC. “Chef Gillian Clark chose this location because she wanted to be in a residential neighborhood and part of a community.”

Kitchen on K Street will seat nearly 100 people inside and about 25 in outdoor seating on the patio. Clark plans to expand the Colorado Kitchen menu, featuring roasted chicken, meatloaf, doughnuts, and weekend brunches. “Imagine Betty Crocker gone Cordon Bleu,” she said. Hours will most likely run from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., 11 p.m. on weekends.

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That's fantastic news for those of us stuck in this place. The neighborhood is getting better (Harris Teeter opened this week!) but it has a long way to go to be a truly desirable location. A Gillian Clark restaurant is a huge step in the right direction. Unfortunately, it will be on the outskirts of NOMA, on the opposite side of the train tracks from most of the new construction. For me, a four block walk each way to a sit-down lunch is a significant time commitment, so it will have to be an occasional thing. This will likely be a bigger benefit to residents than to NOMA daytimers.

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