Stuart Dean and PPG help revive an Iconic venue in Washington, D.C.
By Chris Hughes, CEO, Stuart Dean Company.
The Little Tavern, serving bite-sized cheeseburgers, had a notable presence in the Washington D.C. and Maryland metropolitan areas, especially in the era of the fast-food landscape of the 1950s and 60s. It is reported that its Georgetown location was a favorite stop for President John F. Kennedy.
The Little Tavern was visible and stood out with its distinctive, green-gabled roof. Sadly, the last of its locations closed in 2008. However, with Stuart Dean’s expertise and PPG’s products, its location at 530 Morse Street, Washington D.C., stands proudly once again, restored to its original splendor.
Click here to read the case study published by PPG about our partnership and how the expertise of Stuart Dean and the uniqueness of PPG’s products revived such an iconic landmark.