Jon Holbrook our Director of Arts and Crafts @ Taylor Gourmet, Just Finishing up his newest project the White Board Prep list. Making sure the systems are in place so we have all of the necessary ingredients for all of our delicious sandwiches and salads. Keep Up the hard work Jon!
PS love the masking tape bracelet <3″
“While reporting one of our feature stories in the September issue, I became pals with the owners and residents at Taylor Gourmet, the H St. NE deli we featured. David Mazza and Casey Patten did a proper reovation of their space, with their apartments up top and their top-drawer deli down below. We’ve kept in touch and just last week David sent me these images of their office”
Help us cheer on the Philadelphia Phillies to their second consecutive World Series! All customers toting any Phillies gear will receive a free 22oz Boylan’s fountain soda with purchase. Offer good until we carry the World Series Trophy down Broad Street next week!!
Taylor Gourmet is proud to announce that we are opening our door October 16, 2009. We are so excited to service the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood and surrounding businesses.
Casey & David
485 K Street NW
Washington DC 20001
Here are some photos of our soft opening:
Thank You from Taylor to all of the organizers and participants of 2009 H Street Festival it was an amazing success.
“What happens when two best friends from Philly move to D.C. and can’t find a decent hoagie anywhere? They buy a building, open a deli and move into identical apartments on the two top floors. David Mazza and Casey Patten now have arguably the region’s best commute, working at Taylor Gourmet on H Street NE, in the booming Atlas District, and living upstairs in separate 850-square-foot apartments they gutted, redesigned and rebuilt themselves.”
Fall 2009 Issue:
“The story of Taylor Gourmet begins with a decision by owners and very-hands-on proprietors Casey Patten and David Mazza who share an Italian – by -way – of – Philadelphia heritage, to rectify a Washington problem that troubled them deeply: The lack of a great hoagie”