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Restaurateur Stephen Starr Is Hiring for a New Washington Restaurant
Looks like the mystery-shrouded project at 14th and Q is going forward. By Anna Spiegel
Comments () | Published February 8, 2012
Stephen Starr is seeking “driven people” for his new Washington, DC project. Photograph courtesy of Starr Restaurants.

Philadelphia-based restaurateur Stephen Starr has been tight-lipped about his plans to open a French-bistro-style restaurant on 14th Street. For months there was a lot of back and forth as to whether the project was even happening. Then last fall, Washington Business Journal’s Missy Frederick confirmed that a lease had been signed at the corner of 14th and Q streets for a 7,000-square-foot space.

Now it seems plans are moving forward, because we just spotted this Craigslist ad from the Starr Restaurants seeking a general manager for the new Washington, DC, location. Team players, “driven people,” and those equipped with “satisfaction excellence”—whatever that is—get your résumés ready: It looks like we’ll have a Starr spot arriving in the not-too-distant future.

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