DC Restaurant Closings

PX Closing as Todd Thrasher focuses on Tiki TNT, Potomac Distilling

PX in Alexandria closes as Todd Thrasher focuses on Wharf venture

From strict dress codes to fantasy bar, owner writes new chapter with tiki bar, distillery

PX in Alexandria, Va. will close July 27 after thirteen years. Todd Thrasher’s speakeasy is turning out the lights. According to an announcement, he says he’s not renewing the lease for the cocktail bar as he focuses on his popular and intriguing Tiki TNT bar and Potomac Distilling Company. Both are located in the same building on the District Wharf in Washington, D.C.

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Taylor Gourmet closed all but one DCA store

Why fast-casual restaurants are closing in Washington, D.C.

While D.C. has been home to fast-casual winners, recent closings indicate a decline

The Washington, D.C. area is known for attracting fast-casual restaurants of all shapes, sizes, and pedigrees. Fast-casual restaurants offer quick service and offerings that are more upscale than what fast food eateries have been known to sell at, and pricing that’s more affordable than, or comparable to, casual-dining concepts. Many of D.C.’s fast-casual chains have been successful, for sure.

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