“Little Coco’s will be opening sometime between July 6th and the 13th for dinner”

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3905 14th Street, NW

An important update on Little Coco’s opening date:

Little Coco’s will be opening sometime between July 6th and the 13th for dinner service. Two weeks later we should be opening in the morning for coffee and then lunch.”

Also in good beer news:

“El Chucho, Bar Charley and Slash Run are the first, and only, places to get your hands on Pale Fire Brewing Co. in the district.”

Pale Fire Brewing Co. is an award winning craft brewery located in Harrisonburg, VA. Only a year old, Pale Fire has already won two awards at the World Beer Cup ® as well as a medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival ®. Beer Advocate ® named Pale Fire Brewing Co. as one of its “33 best new breweries of 2015.”

Salad Days Saison is made up of “American two row barley and malted rye provide the canvas for pungent Amarillo, Simcoe and Cascade hops to mingle with our house Saison yeast. Notes of grapefruit, peach, and bubblegum dance out of the glass and mellow into a refreshingly tart, dry finish.” Salad Days American Saison won a Bronze award at the 2016 World Beer Cup ® in the American-Belgo Style Ale as well as a Bronze medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival ® for the same category.

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  • Looks like I need to make a trip up to Slash Run soon…my favorite bar in DC.

  • Excited for Little Coco’s, but Golden Paradise is a major problem for the neighborhood. After selling themselves as a “family restaurant” to get ANC/community support, they then petitioned ABRA after being open less than a month to switch to a nightclub with longer hours, increased alcohol sales. The neighborhood complained and Councilmember Todd sent a letter, but ABRA approved anyway. Well, last week, a week after getting ABRA approval there was an assault with a deadly weapon there. Not to mention, since being open, they’ve been treating the vacant lot next door as a beer garden with patrons smoking, drinking and partying late into the night. It’s been a disaster. The good news is that they are already under ABRA investigation. I hope they lose their license. A strong message needs to be sent that this won’t be tolerated.

    • As soon as I saw the sign out front, I figured it wasn’t going to go well.

    • Jerry Grundle

      Are they not also owned by the El Chucho/Bar Charley folks? I thought that one side of this building was going to be the Italian place, with a bar on the other side. Or am I imagining things.

      • Definitely not. Golden Paradise is entirely seperate.

      • Didn’t the old Rib Pit restaurant in the Golden Paradise space have two bay windows out front? I distinctly remember Rib Pit having firewood stacked in the bay window closest to Little Cocos. Did Golden Paradise brick up one of the windows? That’s a weird strategy for a restaurant!

        • From the Google Street View it looks like the bricking over of the window predated Golden Paradise.

    • All of this was obvious when they opened. When will ABRA and the city figure these things out?

  • From what I can tell by walking by some evenings, GP seems like a great place to go if you’re looking to get stabbed.

  • palisades

    Woo! Reppin Harrisonburg! Makes the JMU alum in my proud

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