Spring Opening for Call Your Mother in Logan Circle

"Jew-ish" Deli Moving into Former Blue Bottle Space

So many sandwiches available at Call Your Mother --now coming to Logan Circle. Photo: Tim Casey, Courtesy CYM

Call Your Mother, the beloved Jew-ish deli, announces the forthcoming opening of its newest location, bringing good vibes and good food to the Logan Circle neighborhood.

Taking over the space at 1471 P Street NW, the new Call Your Mother location will feature the signature bagels and creative sandwiches that earned the bagel shop and deli national acclaim.

“We have long wanted to be part of this neighborhood, where there is always something cool happening from a culinary and cultural perspective,” said Andrew Dana, Call Your Mother’s co-owner and founder.

The brand has expanded significantly since opening in 2018, adding locations in Capitol Hill, Bethesda and Georgetown in 2020, North Bethesda in November 2021 and the West End neighborhood just last month.

As with all locations, guests at the new Logan Circle location can order new takes on staples like the new Thunderbird, an elevated sausage, egg and cheese, served on a Maple Salt & Pepper bagel, alongside insta-worthy creations like za’atar dusted bagels, and The Horizon everything bagel sandwich, filled with fritos, avocado, red onions and jalapeños. I

n addition to bagels, the deli also offers lunch sandwiches including the Latin Pastrami with pastrami, herb mayo, veggie slaw and jalapeños on rye, as well as a selection of pastry items like Chocolate Babka Muffins and yeasted doughnuts.

Since its early days at local farmer’s markets, Call Your Mother has continued to nurture its local partnerships, working closely with local purveyors like Logan’s Sausage Company, Z&Z, Lost Sock and Liberty Delight Farms.

The P Street location of Call Your Mother will open in early spring 2022. Online orders are encouraged on weekends and at busy times, and can be placed at https://www.callyourmotherdeli.com/order. Visit Call Your Mother here for more information.