Prince Of Petworth July 24, 2020 at 4:10pm. ; The lines outside Dumbarton Oaks have gotten a lot longer in the last couple years. I wish Au Croissant Chaud or Patisserie-Cafe Didier could be resurrected; both of which were very popular with neighborhood residents. Pingback: Georgetown Restaurants Still Very Independent | The Georgetown Metropolitan, Pingback: Georgetown restaurants still very independent | DC-ON.us, Pingback: Neighborhood News Roundup: Happy Paws Dance Edition - City Desk - Washington City Paper. created date: The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Washington, The 15 Best Places for French Pastries in Washington, The 15 Best Places for Desserts in Washington, 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (at 20th St NW), 555 13Th Street NW, Between 13Th And 12Th Street Along F Street (at F St NW), paul georgetown bakery & cafe washington , paul georgetown bakery and cafe washington . So to prevent this from coming to pass, the Friends of the Georgetown Waterfront Park, CAG (disclosure: GM is CAG’s secretary), and now the ANC have formally asked OP to act fast to zone the property in a way to restore and preserve the public’s access to this historic site. PAUL in the world; ABOUT PAUL. The plant was converted to natural gas at some point and then about ten years ago it was shut down for good. Continue reading →. Love this place! I give it a year at best. The Paul Bakery will not be a threat to any local bakeries or restaurants. So the neighbor’s attention shifted to the city. PAUL, right in Foggy Bottom, has fabulous hot and, Like "Hleb&Kifle" from Serbia, only better. They want the south half of the property returned to its previous use as park land. Hmm….and I was thinking that the “Paul” might have something to do with Paul the president of Restaurant Concepts. Photo by M A E.. Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest: Turns out Paul Bakery still has a ways to go until it opens in Georgetown. Trust me. Make sure your information is up to date. What else is on the agenda? Let PAUL cater your next event Right across the street is another proposed restaurant that has been even longer in the offing: Paul Bakery. Only a few branches have opened in the U.S., but GM hears that this one should be even nicer than those other ones since unlike the other this one is actually owned by the company. Anywhere you go in France you'll find a PAUL, and they look quite a bit like this DC location. The lines outside Dumbarton Oaks have gotten a lot longer in the last couple years. Why is GM bothering you with fashion critique? ", Created by Best of Foursquare10 items • 13 followers, Created by MayorOfGtown33 items • 17 followers, Created by EverybodyWantsToRuleTheWorld70 items • 11 followers, PAUL 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (at 20th St NW), PAUL 555 13Th Street NW, Between 13Th And 12Th Street Along F Street (at F St NW). Always buy at least one more maccaroon than originally intended. Tried the Earl Gray (7/10) as was being sponsored for the Downtown Abby movie & Carrot (8/10). Pingback: Updates to Aren’t They Building | The Georgetown Metropolitan, Pingback: Three Years Goes Fast | The Georgetown Metropolitan. Head upstairs and sit by the windows! Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. but we’d like to clarify that the 1st PAUL bakery-café will open in DC on Monday, May 2, 2011 in PENN QUARTER (801 Pennsylvania Ave. NW), in the Market Square Complex which also hosts the US Navy Memorial. ( Log Out / Fait accompli. If the Office of Planning zones the south half of the property as parkland, then that’s how it would get used. Continue reading →, Tagged as Paul Bakery, West Heating Plant. Change ), The Morning Metropolitan | The Georgetown Metropolitan, Georgetown Restaurants Still Very Independent | The Georgetown Metropolitan, Georgetown restaurants still very independent | DC-ON.us, Neighborhood News Roundup: Happy Paws Dance Edition - City Desk - Washington City Paper, Updates to Aren’t They Building | The Georgetown Metropolitan, Three Years Goes Fast | The Georgetown Metropolitan, This Might Not Be Great For Our Reputation. Specifically, next Tuesday. For 5 generations, PAUL has provided fresh bread, delicious pastries, delicate Viennoiserie, and other delightful dishes as part of our French culinary heritage. Two years of starts and stops later, and the restaurant is finally ready to open. We at PAUL Bakery-Café are excited by your enthusiasm for our Georgetown store…. (And some would like the plant itself torn down, but they acknowledge that that is an unlikely outcome).