Knead Hospitality + Design is partnering with Washington, DC-based architecture and design firm //3877 to roll out four new restaurants in the nation’s capital. The forthcoming concepts include Mah-Ze-Dahr, Mi Casa, Gatsby, and Bistro Du Jour.
“As demonstrated in the existing projects we’ve created together, there’s great synchronicity between Knead and our firm, and our shared design priorities,” says David Tracz, principal and cofounder of //3877. “We are delighted to work alongside the Knead team in realizing our collectively optimistic outlook for the future of Washington, DC’s culinary scene, and the exciting design opportunities ahead.”
Tex-Mex eatery Mi Casa will debut in DC’s Dupont Circle neighborhood, crafted with an aesthetic that combines Mexican, Californian, Texan, and New Mexician styles. Designed with the brand’s signature airy-yet-moody ethos, the newest Mah-Ze-Dahr outpost will arrive in National Landing, accommodating 80 seats and a commissary kitchen. Spread across 9,000 square feet in Capitol Riverfront, bar and restaurant Gatsby will be ensconced in Old World glamour complete with Art Deco features that recall the Roaring Twenties. Finally, the. casual Bistro Du Jour will infuse a Parisian flair across the bustling Wharf.