About this project
What is Mothership?
Mothership will be a restaurant and bakery in what was formerly a carry-out space on Georgia Avenue. With community tables, weekend brunch and family-friendly BBQs, we hope Mothership will be a community cornerstone and meeting place. Chef/Owner Stephan Boillon will offer delicious baked goods & pastries, gourmet pizzas, small plates and seasonal tasting menus, designed to showcase great ingredients.
The restaurant, situated about 1/4 mile south of the Petworth metro in the Parkview neighborhood, will also be the home of one of D.C.'s first food trucks, El Floridano.
I have a commitment to sustainability. My food truck is one the few solar-powered food trucks on the road. At Mothership I will continue to pursue environmentally-friendly and sustainable options by using reclaimed building materials and providing socially-conscious menu options.
By preparing farm-to-table, seasonal ingredients, sustainable seafood, and pastured meats, we will provide good wholesome food to upper Georgia Avenue in an inviting neighborhood space. Our goal is to give our patrons tasty and unique food options, whether they are eating a vegan, vegetarian, pescaterian or omnivorous diet.
I've loved running a food truck in D.C., and have gotten a great response from my customers for the past two years. Thanks to their support, I’ve developed a great following of loyal people who appreciate great food, done simply. With Mothership, I want to create a community gather spot with new food options to Parkview.
With funds raised on Kickstarter, Mothership will
- Create handcrafted, custom bar & dining tables using reclaimed materials
- Design and build ADA accessible bathrooms using reclaimed fixtures
- Install a 10 ton Energy Efficient HVAC system
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