Tenleytown residents and other fans of the iconic local diner Steak-N-Egg can breathe a sigh of relief. The restaurant is not only staying put in the neighborhood, it will be expanding to offer more indoor and outdoor seating. And with a scaled-back plan for the site and its two neighboring properties, Steak-N-Egg will remain open throughout construction.
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Judging by the many options to satisfy our coffee cravings, we Tenleytowners love our caffeinated beverages. Here are some places – and specials – to celebrate the day.Read more
Tenleytown is full of public art, and one of our favorite forms is the murals on walls across the neighborhood – whether they be at an historic fort or in a treasured music shop. Here are a few we thought we’d share for this week’s Photo Friday.Read more
The results are in! The Washington City Paper released today its annual “Best Of D.C.” issue with readers’ and staff picks for the best food and drink, entertainment, destinations, and luminaries in and around Washington. In Tenleytown, it comes as no surprise that local favorite Steak ‘n Egg received special recognition as the Best College Diner. WCP staff writer Sarah Anne Hughes opines: Steak ’nRead more
“More steaks. More eggs.” That’s what the future will hold for the Steak ‘n Egg diner and its devoted customers, according to Richard Foster, the architect behind a new residential and retail building at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Chesapeake Street.Read more
Documents filed with the BZA indicate that the new 50-foot tall construction would have three floors of residential units and two floors of retail – one at grade and one below. Don’t worry, though, Steak ‘n Egg will still be one of the tenants.Read more
Ever since a raze permit was issued in June for the building that Osman and Joe’s Steak ‘n Egg Kitchen calls home, Tenleytowners have been abuzz with worry that the beloved neighborhood institution was going to close. Every month or so new rumors sprouted that our favorite greasy spoon was going the way of the dodo. Just this month, PoPvilleRead more