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Mason Inn Opens in former Gin & Tonic space in Glover Park

Mason Inn recently opened up in the former Gin & Tonic space at 2408 Wisconsin Ave NW. Their Web site says:

“Mason Inn is a Washington D.C watering hole frequented by young professionals, D.C natives, and transplants from the South. Nestled in the Glover Park neighborhood of Upper Georgetown, Mason Inn is a comfortable place to watch sporting events, listen to live music, and enjoy hand-crafted cocktails. Mason Inn’s unique features include a 50 foot long oak bar, brick-adorned walls, numerous flat screen televisions, plush seating, and a stage and dancefloor for nightly live music and Djs. Regarded as the Washington D.C area’s top private event venue, Mason Inn is available for birthday parties, fundraisers, concerts and corporate events seven nights a week.”

You can see their menu here.

They’ll also have live music:

“Mason Inn’s location, 2408 Wisconsin Avenue, has a rich history of live music. For nearly forty years, the building housed the historic Washington D.C live music venue Grog and Tankard.

Carrying on in that tradition of live music, Mason Inn often hosts bands from across the country and the Washington D.C area. With a large stage and dancefloor, Mason Inn is an intimate venue for live music acts. Aside from live music, Mason Inn has talented DJs every Thursday-Saturday night.”

Anyone check them out yet?

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