Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Dumpling and noodle soup restaurant opens in EatsPlace, Georgia Avenue "food incubator"

Yes, noodle soup and dumplings! 3607 Georgia Avenue NW is the home of EatsPlace, a food incubator or "pop-uppery," meaning a place to host pop-up restaurants and guest chefs -- a space to for chefs who have a concept for a restaurant but not their own space.

DC Born & Raised, a Southern restauarant, recently ended their run, and open now is Baba's Dumplings and Soup Noodles from chef Katy Chang. Baba means dad, and the food was inspired by Chang's father, and also uses her own Baba's Cooking School line of hot sauces and bitters.

Along with aforementioned soup and dumplings, there are drinks like Mai Tais and Chinese beers and desserts, and the City Paper reports nothing will be over $10 -- can't beat that.

Here's the full menu and hours. And if you're interested in applying to host your own concept there, check out EatsPlace's FAQ.
Sorry walk-in only so no reservations. The hours (subject to change) are below: 
closed mondays
5p-10p tues-thurs
5p-11p fri
11a-11p sat
11a-10p sun 
(choose steamed or pan fried)
meat dumplings 6
vegan dumplings 6 
meat soup noodles 10
bone broth base, shaved beef, seasonal vegetables, 88CS hot sauce
vegan soup noodles 10
miso base, seitan char sui, seasonal vegetables, 88CS hot sauce 
krispy ice cream sandwich (vegetarian) 5
housemade, brown butter marshmallows and rice cereal sandwiching creamy vanilla ice cream, with very serious sprinkles
Photo from EatsPlace's website. 

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