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Malmaison Opening in Early Spring

The music, art and pastry venue will open beneath the Whitehurst Freeway in Georgetown in early spring.

Malmaison, the third establishment from the Popal family, will bring music, art and pastries to its new bar/restaurant venue at 3401 K St. NW beginning early this spring.

A sign on the door now reads, "Coming Soon," and Zeina Davis, the special event coordinator and marketing manager for the Popal businesses, told Patch they are hoping to officially open in early spring, though the date is not finalized.

The venue has been the scene of several arts and charity events, though it has not officially open as the public restaurant/bar it intends to be.

Davis said they are trying to "share the space with the community," before they open.

See before and after photos from construction here.

Saturday Malmaison hosted Potomac Groundswell, a fundraiser for the victims of Hurricane Sandy organized in part by Potomac Riverkeeper and the DC Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation.

The Popal family opened Cafe Bonaparte on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown in 2003 and Napoleon Bistro in Adams Morgan in 2007.

In December Zubair Popal was honored as the Georgetown Business Association Business Person of the Yeard Award.

Check out their website malmaisondc.com where you can sign up for their newsletter to knwo when they officially open, about special events and even to receive recipes.

You can also see photos of recent events on the Malmaison Facebook page.

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