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Couple plans to make cheese… on Capitol Hill!

Maybe this is what’s needed to solve our political ills in this country? I can imagine a long list of appropriate cheese names for them… but may I ask that the first cheese be called “Filibuster”?

Courtesy Sona

Courtesy Sona

“Conan and Genevieve O’Sullivan, D.C. transplants who plan to open Sona Creamery and Wine Bar on Capitol Hill this fall, aren’t ones to rush into something — they’ve been letting their plan ripen for longer than a table full of fine-aged Gouda.

The District hasn’t seen many working creameries since the 19th century, and this may have seemed an unlikely spot for the new entry. The O’Sullivans, who are hoping to open at 660 Pennsylvania Ave. SE this fall before the holidays, are taking over the former Moto Photo and Sprint cellphone stores on the strip. That will yield 2,400 square feet divided into a creamery and restaurant.”

via Die-hard cheese-heads plan Sona Creamery and Wine Bar on Capitol Hill – Washington Business Journal.

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