In this week's Washington Business Journal, it was reported that Taylor Gourmet, an Italian gourmet deli and market, will open a second location at the City Vista development in NW. The original Taylor Gourmet is located along H Street NE and opened in 2008. Taylor Gourmet sells Philly-style hoagies, market items like pasta, gelato, and imported cured meats & cheeses, as well as Italian wine and beer. If you haven't been there before, it's worth a visit. I went for the first time today and had the 9th Street Italian hoagie. It was one of the better hoagies I've had in DC. By the way, they also deliver in SW. In the WBJ article, it states that owners Casey Patten and David Mazza are scouting other locations for the concept. Here's a suggestion...open one here in Southwest, perhaps at Waterfront Station. So far, Safeway and CVS are the only two retailers that have committed to open at phase one of Waterfront Station, which is scheduled to be complete during the first half of 2010. The developers of Waterfront Station are looking for local retailers to fill in some of the space and Taylor Gourmet fits the bill. We already have a couple Potbelly's, Subway, and Quiznos in the neighborhood, but Taylor Gourmet is more than just a sandwich shop. What do you think?