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Posted at 12:32 PM ET, 08/12/2010

Busboys & Poets headed to Harlem?

By Washington Post editors

It appears that the D.C. legend, Busboys & Poets, has its sights set on the Big Apple reports ReadySetDC via the New York-based blog Harlem Condo Life via UrbanTurf DC.

Busboys & Poets has chosen Harlem as the site for its first New York shop.

ReadySetDC points out that if the news is true, "this will be a big first step for D.C. restaurants. Rarely, if ever, do D.C. based restaurants make the leap to New York, but all too often D.C. receives New York transplants. The NY Magazine food blog Grub Street recently posted an article titled, “Is DC the Next Big Food City?” Inside, the blog cited the upcoming (and recent) moves of famed New York establishments like Carmines and Serendipity 3 as indicators of DC’s potential new label as a foodie capitol. With Busboys & Poets move to Harlem, it seems the tables have turned."

Read more about Busboys & Poets move to NYC on ReadySetDC.

By Washington Post editors  | August 12, 2010; 12:32 PM ET
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Comments

That's awesome. Busboys and Poets is a great establishment. It fits right in to NYC.

Posted by: brandip_77 | August 12, 2010 1:16 PM | Report abuse

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