Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Maple restaurant is closing March 30, to be replaced by Ossobucco Ristorante

This is too bad -- Maple, the tasty, understated Italian restaurant at 3418 11th Street NW, will be closing March 30. According to a press release from the owners, it will be replaced by another Italian spot, Ossobucco Ristorante. Maple's owners will be opening a winery in Virginia as well.
If you haven't been to Maple, check it out. They have a nice happy hour too (see below.)
Here's their full press release.
After seven years in business, Maple will close at the end of March. Our last day will be March 30. 
We are extremely grateful for all of the wonderful people who came through our doors over the years. Thank you to the staff, customers, sales reps and vendors, and fellow business owners in Columbia Heights. It has been a pleasure to be a part of this community. 
A new Italian restaurant named Ossobuco Ristorante will be taking over the space. We look forward to the opening after the new owners complete some renovations. 
We also are moving on to a new venture: opening a winery in Linden, Virginia. We hope to bottle the first vintage at SilverDog Vineyards in the coming year.

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