D.C. Area Restaurants That Have Closed Permanently Due to Coronavirus

The coronavirus situation over the past several months has had a significant impact on the economy, including many restaurants who have been unable to continue business as normal due to lockdowns and social distancing guidelines. As a result, some restaurants in the D.C. area have chosen to close, permanently. Here is a list of some of the establishments who will not be back in business following the return to some sort of normalcy.

George's Chophouse - 4935 Cordell Avenue, Bethesda

Fado Irish Pub - Chinatown, D.C.

Eat at National Place - Downtown D.C.

Mai Thai - Dupont, D.C.

Bareburger - Dupont, D.C.

Montmartre - Capitol Hill, D.C.

Seventh Hill Pizza - Capitol Hill, D.C.

David Chang's Momofuku - CityCenterDC, D.C.

Campono - Watergate at Foggy Bottom, D.C.

The Source by Wolfgang Puck - Newseum Building, Penn Quarter, D.C.

The Lucky Strike - Chinatown, D.C.

P.F. Chang's - Friendship Heights/Chevy Chase

Ziegfeld's/Secrets - Buzzard Point, D.C.

Pom Pom - Petworth, D.C.

Post Pub - Farragut, D.C.

DC Eagle - Benning Road NE, D.C.

Clyde's of Columbia/The Soundry - Columbia

Big Bowl - Reston

Sources: DCist.com, Eater DC

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