Third Middle Eastern cafe opens nearly a decade after first
Muncheez, a fast-casual chain of Middle Eastern cafes, will open its third location in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. later in the summer. It already has restaurants in Georgetown and Tenleytown. David Nanmour is the founder, who opened the first Muncheez restaurant in 2010. Muncheez is known for it shawarmas, bowls, and mezze alongside a variety of manakeesh, a Mediterranean-style flatbread—all made from scratch.
The Dupont Circle restaurant will run on clean energy, provide a high amount of compostable packaging, compost food waste, and also recycle its fryer grease. Dine-in, takeout and catering options will be available to guests. The cuisine of Muncheez is inspired by Lebanese street food.
Muncheez Dupont Circle is open from 11 a.m. until past midnight, with late-night service suggests the restaurant’s announcement. We’ll provide more information as we get closer to the opening of the cafe.
Muncheez Dupont Circle, 1317 Connecticut Avenue Northwest,Washington, D.C. 20036
Photo credit: Scott Suchman for Muncheez
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