Dupont’s DGS Delicatessen Closes After ‘Severe Flooding’

by Tim Regan October 3, 2016 at 10:15 am 0

A Dupont deli is closed for now, apparently due to damage caused by flooding.

DGS Delicatessen (1317 Connecticut Ave. NW) shut its doors last Thursday after a water main broke there, the restaurant tweeted.

A sign on the door of the restaurant says the sandwich shop and its pop-up hummus shop, Little Sesame, are closed due to “severe flooding.” A tweet sent out earlier today says the business suffered “flood damage.”

Though it was unclear when the eatery might reopen, a contractor working on the building’s pipes earlier this morning speculated it could be as late as this Wednesday.

We were unable to reach a DGS representative to comment on the closure. We’ll update this story if we do.


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