The Capital City Diner Is Staying in D.C.

The Capital City Diner Is Staying in D.C.Second image via Matt Ashburn.

D.C.’s Capital City Diner moved, but thankfully it’s staying in the District. Opened at 1050 Bladensburg Road NE in 2010, the diner was sold to South Carolina-based company Edens, which is working on Union Market. The diner will not be located inside a new retail food space on Florida Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Streets NEEdens bought the diner from Matt Ashburn on eBay for $40,000.

It moved a mile and a half to its new location early Tuesday (second image). Plans for the diner’s car haven’t been solidified, but at least the Capital City Diner is staying in D.C.

[via DCist]

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