A Spanish restaurant from Derek Brown will join the list of new spots hitting 7th Street NW in Shaw. The Washington Post‘s Tom Sietsema reports that the new spot, called Mockingbird Hill, will mimic some of Brown’s experiences in southern Spain.
The 1,110 square-foot location at 1843 7th Street NW will seat 40 and will serve-up small bites, such as ham, olives and more than 50 varieties of sherries, the article details. Brown also operates the Passenger, Columbia Room and Hogo, just a few blocks down 7th Street.
Other spots that just opened – or are coming soon – in the Shaw neighborhood include:
- A&D at 1314 9th Street NW, which has an impressive cocktail list.
- Table at 903 N Street, which focuses on simple, European fare.
- Anna and Dan Kahoe’s new Blagden Alley supper club.
- O Street Market, which is bringing residential, hotel, retail and restaurant space to the 1400 block of 7th Street NW.