Great news for all those who love Edward Lee’s SUCCOTASH at National Harbor; KNEAD Hospitality + Design is expanding on the restaurant’s success to open a flagship location in Penn Quarter (915 F Street NW) at the massive Equitable Bank Building, which served as home to clubs The Fifth Column and Platinum back in the day.
“As residents of DC, our goal was to open a flagship SUCCOTASH restaurant here, building on the success at National Harbor,” shared Michael Reginbogin and Jason Berry, partners and co-founders at KNEAD Hospitality + Design. “We found an amazing historic space in an ideal location, combined with the incomparable talent of Chef Edward Lee, we aim to offer DC an inspired take on Southern fare in a memorable setting designed to awaken the senses.”
SUCCOTASH DC’s menu will feature favorites from their National Harbor location as well as new selections… plus brunch! A bar program is also slated to complement culinary offerings, featuring over 200 varieties of whiskey and an expansive wine program.
*Images courtesy, from Succotash National Harbor