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Jeff Black Reopens Addie’s with Design-Your-Own Shellfish Towers - Source Washingtonian

Posted on Aug 23,2017
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Addie's from restaurateur Jeff Black reopens in Potomac with a fresh look and new menus. Photography by Jeff Elkins

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BY ANNA SPIEGEL


WASHINGTON, DC. - Restaurateur Jeff Black isn’t known for closing restaurants. The Texas-born chef has opened eight ventures around Washington over the past two decades, ranging from finer-dining BlackSalt and its seafood market to neighborhood fixtures like Republic, and 14th Street hotspots Pearl Dive/Black Jack. The only shutter: Addie’s, the first.

The 18 year-old Rockville eatery closed in 2013 after the building—an old home—became decrepit, and lease negations fell through. Now Addie’s is back in a new locale, roughly ten minutes from the original in the Park Potomac development.

“We always felt like we were going to do another one,” says Black. “Addie’s going into a new building was my biggest mental challenge.”

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