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New York Avenue Beach Bar – Gonna Be Awesome or Awful?

Thanks to everyone who sent emails about the coming soon New York Avenue Beach Bar coming to the 600 block of New York Ave, NW in Mt. Vernon Square. The Going Out Gurus shared the scoop last week:

“In May, Brown [Tom owner of The Passenger] plans to unveil the New York Avenue Beach Bar in what is now an empty parking lot adjacent to the Warehouse Theater, around the corner from the Passenger’s front door. He and his partners are bringing “about 80 tons” of sand to fill the 5,500-square-foot space, along with multiple bars, picnic tables, umbrellas, lounge chairs, food trucks and “luxury trailers” containing bathrooms outfitted with running water.”

I’m cautiously optimistic because it comes from the folks from The Passenger who def. know what they’re doing. I can’t wait to see how it turns out. Do you think this is gonna be awesome or awful?


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