Back in November we learned that a new gourmet sandwich shop -- to be called SunDeVich -- would be opening on Naylor Court in the rear of 1314 Ninth Street, NW. Finally -- after building out what was once a dog washing business, overcoming permitting issues, and getting many ducks in a row -- the exciting new casual dining option opened last Friday.
Brought to us by the amazing folks of Seasonal Pantry (with which I am obsessed), SunDeVich's sandwiches are named for the world cities that inspired them. For example, the Kingston features jerk chicken, mango chutney, and spicy slaw, the Buenos Aires features skirt steak, chimichurri, fried onion strings, aioli, and the DC is a half smoke, with mustard relish, caramelized onions). They also have some awesome sounding side dishes and desserts.
SunDeVich's hours are 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM Monday through Sunday for the rest of the month, then Monday through Saturday, 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM thereafter. I plan to stop by to grab a sandwich for dinner tonight. And I have a feeling I'll be back this weekend for lunch...
1314 Ninth Street, NW (Rear/Naylor Court)
Note - the business directory has been updated to reflect Sundevich's opening.