Here’s where Miami’s Yardbird is landing in D.C.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, the Southern-inspired restaurant group known for its fried chicken, has settled on a home for its D.C. location. The restaurant will take the 8,000-square-foot former Acadiana space at 901 New York Ave. NW. 

John Kunkel, CEO of Yardbird parent company 50 Eggs Inc., announced the location in an Instagram post earlier this summer, though it seems to have flown largely under the radar. A leasing site for 901 New York Ave. NW lists Yardbird as a tenant in the building. 

Bradley Buslik of H&R Retail represented Yardbird in the lease deal. Stephanie Friedman of Boston Properties, the landlord, was the broker on the landlord side. We’ve reached out to both brokers and will update this post if we hear back.

We’ve also reached out to Yardbird for more information on projected opening date and other details and will update this post when we hear back.

Yardbird had been looking for a space in the D.C. market for a couple of years, with buzz circulating last…

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