Dig, the farm-to-table, fast-casual restaurant chain that’s been growing steadily in New York for the past several years, has landed its first location in D.C.
The company will open a 1,500-square-foot store at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and N streets NW in Georgetown, a spokesperson for Dig confirmed.
Dig, which was until July known as Dig Inn, is taking part of the former Paolo’s restaurant space at 1303 Wisconsin Ave. NW. The space had been divided after Paolo’s closed, with High Street Cafe opening in the other side. The lease totaled 2,500 square feet with some additional lower level storage space. Nick Papadopoulos of Papadopoulos Properties represented Dig in the deal.
Dig is remaining largely mum on the details, including a projected opening date, for the Georgetown restaurant. But it foreshadowed its entry into the market earlier this year when it announced a $20 million funding round led by restaurateur Danny Meyer’s investment fund, Enlightened Hospitality…Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.