Does Herman Melville have anything to do with kabob and hummus? Vox doesn’t recognize the relationship but that hasn’t stopped Moby Dick House of Kabob.
Moby Dicks Georgetown location—1070 31st Street NW—will be expanding in the coming week. The restaurant will add approximately thirty seats by expanding in to the space next door that formerly was occupied by a dry cleaning store.
The rumor about Moby Dick expansion was first floated by We Love DC earlier this month and confirmed yesterday by the Georgetown Dish. An employee told the Dish that Moby Dick is just waiting for the delivery of tables and chairs, and should be open sometime next week.
The Georgetown location is one of the fifteen locations in the metro area, and there are plans to build three new locations in Maryland, DC, and Virginia.
With this expansion there should be plenty of room to get a full dine-in experience at this budget kabob eatery. Just make sure you don’t tell the person taking your order to call you Ishmael.