Vegan Diner and Bar to Arrive on H Street Corridor This Fall

by Sean Meehan August 11, 2015 at 3:40 pm 9 Comments

Fare Well (Photo via Facebook/EatFareWell)A diner-style vegan restaurant from the owner of Sticky Fingers bakery in Columbia Heights is slated to come to the H Street corridor in the coming months.

Fare Well is expected to open at 406 H St. NE sometime this fall. But an exact date hasn’t been set yet, owner Doron Petersan said today.

The restaurant will feature vegan dishes inspired by the diners and bakeries of New York, where Petersan grew up. The eatery also will serve beer, wine and cocktails mixed by W hotel mixologist Joey Ambrose.

For Petersan, Fare Well is a chance to move beyond the popular cookies and cupcakes of Sticky Fingers and show people that savory vegan food can be just as delicious.

Fans of her sugary staples don’t need to worry, however. Fare Well will have a full bakery and carryout counter in addition to a full-service bar and restaurant.

Although Petersan had hoped to open Fare Well this summer, construction on the eatery is ongoing and projected to finish in the fall, she said.

Photo via Facebook/EatFareWell

  • TheTowerGardens

    For my vegan friends. I could use your help.
    I know you’re all really busy, so I appreciate you taken the time to respond. I’ve
    been hearing so much news about these grow towers. They’re all over the news,
    the farmers markets, kids are growing and earning incomes…
    My question is How will my vegan, veggie and raw friend go for these?

    • stellamommie

      Check Let’s Grow DC. If they do not offer them, they will direct you to someone who does (tell the lady with the Beagle sent you). Happy growing!

      • TheTowerGardens

        Thank you 🙂

      • TheTowerGardens

        Thank you 🙂

  • stellamommie

    What fantastic news! YAY!!!

  • Omar

    Vegans don’t stand up for themselves and put up any resistance to muggers so this new place will fit right in with the rest of the H Street Corridor.

    • AR

      I’m waiting for the headline “Vegan diner on H street robbed at gunpoint, angry robbers return food”.. I kid about the food.. but it’s really sad that an impending robbery is the first thing that comes to mind when a new business opens on H Street.

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  • veganmom

    Why are they putting two vegan resturants next to each other?


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