3605 14th St, NW
Back in March 2012 we learned that Mad Momos beer garden and restaurant, coming to 3605 14th St, NW (at Perry Place) would be getting a sweet roof deck. We also took a look at the status of the renovations. Since March there has been a tremendous amount of progress and I’m happy to be able to share lots of photos. They are on track for an early Autumn opening. Stay tuned and follow their progress on their Facebook page. In the meantime – check out how amazing the space is starting to look.
Starting from the outside you’ll notice a new paint job and the old awning. But soon you won’t recognize the old awning as it will be completely covered in vines, starting with Carolina Jasmine:
Continuing the green theme, when you walk in the first floor you are greeted by the start of a future green wall and exposed brick. The walls will also featuring community art displays in the future:
The first floor also features a 20 foot bar:
The bar is made of reclaimed wood from the original house:
The first floor also features huge windows that open up bringing in lots of light:
Take the stairs to the 2nd floor:
Lots more photos of the 2nd floor and roof deck after the jump.
Stairs looking toward first floor
Upstairs a 2nd green wall
pitched roof upfront
Tons of old decorative lamps. Many items found at Community Forklift and 2nd Chance.
Upstairs bar looking toward roof deck
Roof deck looking inside. Industrial vents to be painted possibly with a mural. Tent only temporary during construction.
Roof deck features old and new wood.
2nd floor looking toward the front of the building
Thanks to Stefan for sending the bike ready for Halloween above, from Kalaroma. And this to Chris for sending the swanky ride from Georgetown below:
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