Republic Kolache is bringing its savory and sweet pastries to more locations around the D.C. area after two of its outposts shut down last month.
The bakery is set to open pop-up shops at Texas barbecue eatery Hill Country (410 7th St. NW) and Right Proper’s Brookland brewery (920 Girard St. NE) this week, according to a press release from Republic Kolache. The new Whole Foods at Pentagon City in Arlington also is stocking kolaches now.
At Hill Country, Republic Kolache plans to serve coffee, fresh juice and, of course, kolaches out of restaurant’s front bar from 8-11 a.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Kolache flavors are slated to include brisket and jalapeño sausage and cheese. The first 25 customers can get a brisket kolache for free, if they say the “secret brisket password,” the news release says.
As for Right Proper, the brewery is scheduled to have a “kolache happy hour” each Wednesday from 5-9 p.m. at the bar, Republic Kolache adds in the news release.
Republic Kolache also is working on securing a permanent location. But it doesn’t have anything lined up yet.
Photo courtesy of Republic Kolache