New Cafe Opens in the East Village

There’s a new cafe open in the East Village on P St., just east of 27th. It’s called After Peacock Room. It is filling the long vacant space that the Consignment shop used to occupy. According to the cafe’s website:

AFTER PEACOCK ROOM is a fine dining cafe located in Georgetown, Washington DC. We provide excellent coffees and teas with fine pastries and savory light meals.

The design is a modern interpretation ofPeacock Room: Harmony of Blue and Gold, created by James McNeal Whistler in 1877.

This is the original Peacock Room:

The cafe’s offerings are primary coffee, tea, and light pastries and meals.

This restaurant is a long time coming. GM first heard a rumor about this in 2011. The project seems to have come along in fits and starts, but it is finally open.

A totally new restaurant deep in the neighborhood will definitely need neighbor support to keep alive, so GM encourages everyone to come and check it out!

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  1. Pingback: After Peacock Room Retooling | The Georgetown Metropolitan

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