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Self-Described ‘Right Spot’ for Food, Drinks Opens in Shaw

by Andrew Ramonas May 18, 2016 at 1:15 pm 1 Comment

The perfect place for American cuisine has come to Shaw, at least according to its management.

Right Spot Restaurant & Bar opened in the former Queen Makeda space at 1917 9th St. NW Friday. The restaurant, which initially was set to go by Gebena Restaurant, has seating for more than 50 diners across two floors, and room for a disc jockey in a lounge area.

All of Right Spot’s food is $20 or less, including chicken wings for $12, a hamburger for $14 and shrimp and grits for $13. It also has a breakfast burrito for $11 and french toast stuffed with an Italian-style cream cheese for $12, among other dishes for brunch on weekends.

“When you come here, you’ll get the best service, the best food and the best drink around here,” manager Lea Teguaze told Borderstan last night.

Comments (1)

  1. We are excited to have opened Right Spot in the Shaw neighborhood. Our family has been in business in this neighborhood for the last 25 years, operating a convenient store, a carryout and real estate. We have witnessed the transformation of the area and are happy to have been part of the change. Now we are pleased to present great dining experience on the first floor of Right Spot as well as a lively bar and lounge on the second floor. We are looking forward to serving you. Thank you for all the support.

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