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Boundary Stone “Definitely” Opening in Autumn ’11 in Bloomingdale (Sneak Peek of Menu)

Last Saturday, Bloomingdale hosted their Third Annual Art Walk (which was awesome) and I ran into the owners of Boundary Stone. We last noted that construction had started at their space at 116 Rhode Island Avenue, NW. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the space (and while it’s not quite photo ready) you can really see it starting to come together. One photo I begged to take – and finally wore them down – is the great tin ceiling:

Another super super cool feature is that they got their electrician to hook up the big Sylvan sign out front. They have a switch in the bar so whenever you see the Sylvan sign lit you’ll know the bar is open.

Speaking of when the bar is open – while I couldn’t get an exact date – I was able to get “definitely in Autumn 2011”.

And more good news – here’s a sneak peek at part of the menu:

Boundary Stone Menu

Sound good?

And for beers they’ll have cans and drafts. You’ll be able to get a $3 can of Bud, a $7 20 oz Guinness and lots of others including from the 21st Amendment Brewery, DC Brau, Brooklyn Lager and many many more. Not to mention all of the whiskeys they’ll have…

Stay tuned.

In the meantime you can stay updated by following them on twitter @BoundaryStoneDC and checking their facebook page here.

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