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Posted at 11:34 AM ET, 05/26/2005

Get in 'line

By washingtonpost.com

Carb-lovers with day jobs have it rough. It's hard to get to Breadline during the week when you're busy making dough! Unless you can swing an early lunch to beat the midday lines or rush out of work before the restaurant's early closing time, you've had to live without those scrumptious sandwiches and savory soups all this time.

Luckily, Mark Furstenberg has finally recognized and remedied this travesty. Breadline is now open for lunch on Saturdays from 11 to 3. While I have a feeling that Saturdays will quickly become booming at the B'line, waiting in the namesake queue is a small price to pay for Mediterranean pizza, a berry berry smoothie or that indescribable Italian sausage sandwich. After all, they are reputedly the best sandwiches in the District. So, whether you stop in to cure a nasty hangover, buy fixings for a perfect picnic or stock up on lunches for the coming week, rest assured that, at least for a few hours each Saturday, Breadline is there for you.

--Erin

By washingtonpost.com  | May 26, 2005; 11:34 AM ET
Categories:  Restaurants  
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Wow I am so excited about that-working in Dupont Circle meant it was never possible to get over to bread line for lunch-but now I can stop by and try it on the weekend! Thanks for the tip!

Posted by: Wash DC | May 26, 2005 4:52 PM | Report abuse

Can someone tell me what Metro stop is closest? I want to stop by this weekend or next...This place is friggin' LEGENDARY!

Posted by: ChickieBaby | June 3, 2005 9:23 AM | Report abuse

Sure -- it's on Pennsylvania between 17th and 18th; closest to the Farragut West stop.

Posted by: Erin | June 6, 2005 3:23 PM | Report abuse

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