New EatsPlace Pop-Uppery a Great Addition to Park View

EatsPlace sign

EatsPlace's Katy Chang.

EatsPlace’s Katy Chang.

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. As EatsPlace is a “pop-uppery” the menu and cooks will periodically change. Currently, Mason Dixie Biscuit Company (menu here) is serving up breakfast in the mornings and DC Born and Raised (menu here) is cooking up dinner in the evenings. According to Katy, both will be at EatsPlace through January. The EatsPlace Web site includes more information, including service hours, for each.

EatsPlace, at 3607 Georgia Avenue.

EatsPlace, at 3607 Georgia Avenue.

If the food isn’t enough to tempt you, the space is also very welcoming. It is cozy and intimate. There are a few seating areas in the front and rear of the main floor, as well as a front facing and rear patio area during nicer weather. Katy also mentioned a desire to have some live music — such as a jazz trio — from time to time. Below are a few photos from the restaurant to give you an idea of what you can expect. EatsPlace EatsPlace EatsPlace(The small patio in the rear of the building)

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5 Comments on “New EatsPlace Pop-Uppery a Great Addition to Park View”

  1. Frank Says:

    love it! I’m going this weekend.

  2. Sarah Says:

    Bravo to Green Room DC on the design work! We came very close to using them on our yard but they were too busy, in part because of this project. Work well done 🙂

  3. pru Says:

    Went there for dinner (of appetizers, because they hadn’t rolled out the full menu yet) and then for breakfast the next day right when they opened. Love the location, atmosphere, and both restaurants using the space. So happy for our neighborhood!


  4. […] like the new mural at EatsPlace, the new neighborhood “pop-uppery” in Park View. You might want to check it out next time you’re on Georgia […]


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