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David Shove-Brown and Dave Tracz of the design firm //3877 looked to create a day-to-night (coffee-to-cocktails) environment for this restaurant in one of D.C.’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods, Logan Circle.

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The 45-seat, 2,170-square-foot space features a breezy palette of light wood-paneled ceilings, a custom-built wooden bar, copper pendants, and azure-hued tiling and wallcoverings.

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Two concise paths direct patrons to either the takeout or the dine-in area, connected by a sleek, wood-paneled ordering station for breakfast, brunch and lighter dinner fare like various toasts, bowls, sandwiches and salads. A light wooden communal table offers more social seating. 

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