Pop-up Restaurant in the Works for Park View

Future home of EatsPlace at 3607 Georgia Avenue

Here’s a little news item reported on DC Mud a few weeks ago that probably didn’t get on many peoples’ radar. The owners of 3607 Georgia Avenue are in the early stages of redeveloping the property into EatsPlace, a pop-up restaurant space. According to DC Mud and their Website, it sounds like they’ll be using Kickstarter to raise fund to renovate the building.

The drive behind this project is Katy Chang, who hopes to have renovations ensue this year with an opening for next Spring.

I sat down with Chang in May of this year to discuss her concept and really liked what I heard. In essence, she wants to create  a restaurant/food business incubator that will have pop-up restaurants. It would also be a place where small food producers could make and share food with the neighborhood. “It would be like the popular ‘chef for a week’ or ‘guest chef’ idea meets Seasonal Pantry or Smucker Farms” Chang stated.

It certainly sounds promising to me and I wish her all the luck in getting this project up and running.

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4 Comments on “Pop-up Restaurant in the Works for Park View”


  1. […] been a year since we first learned of the proposed Pop-Up restaurant coming to Park View. Back then, the proposed name was EatsPlace […]


  2. […] been a while since I first posted about the prospect of a new food pop-uppery coming to Georgia Avenue in September 2012, but I’ve been told by owner Katy Chang that construction has begun and she […]


  3. […] Katy Chang and her plans to convert the rowhouse at 3607 Georgia Avenue into a pop-uppery back in September 2012. Shortly after that, Chang attempted a Kickstarter campaign that fell short in November 2012 before […]


  4. […] EatsPlace has been open scarcely a week and I’m already hearing some good things about the place. EatsPlace it the result of owner Katy Chang’s desire to bring a “pop-uppery” to the area.  Katy has been working on this project for over two years. I first learned about it in May 2012 and posted an update in September 2012. […]


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