According to the Washington Post, the new eatery will bring together eight restaurants from across the Washington area. So far, five of the eight new restaurants have been announced. They are:
- Stomping Ground — A coffee shop and bistro in Alexandria’s Del Ray neighborhood.
- Thip Khao — A popular Laotian restaurant in Columbia Heights.
- Donburi — A Japanese rice bowl restaurant with locations in Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle.
- Ice Cream Jubilee — An ice cream location with locations on the Capitol Riverfront and 14th Street NW, with another location soon to open in Ballston Quarter’s food hall.
- Andy’s Pizza — A pizza-by-the-slice shop from the D.C. frozen pizza company Eat Pizza.
The new food hall is scheduled to have a quick turnaround, opening this coming Wednesday (Nov. 28), completely replacing Isabella Eatery and its in-house restaurant brands while maintaining the same kitchen and dining spaces.
UrbanSpace, the company running the new eatery, specializes in food halls and markets that support smaller restaurateurs and entrepreneurs. The company runs Broadway Bites and Mad. Sq. Eats, among other markets in New York City.