From a press release:
Daily Grill, specializing in classic American dishes, will soon unveil a newly designed bar set to evoke nostalgia with a modern feel. The revamped location Washingtonians have grown to love will also debut a new happy hour menu designed by Executive Chef Phil Kastel. In honor of the remodel, Daily Grill will offer Happy Hour prices all night through October 5.
The redesign includes an expansion of the drink menu including ten new taps, a $4 handle, premium martinis, and wine specials. New draft selections include: Schlafly Pilsner from Missouri, Brooklyn Oktoberfest from New York, Maryland-made Flying Dog Old Scratch Amber, Shipyard Pumpkinhead Ale from Maine, Dogfish Head Midas Touch from Delaware and Kelly’s Irish Cider from Florida.
The updated bar menu will feature $3-5 happy hour specials with new items including:
Crab Cake BLT
Chicken Sausage & Arugula Lavash
Crispy Naked Wings
Parmesan Truffle Frites
For the interior, the restaurant enlisted the help of local architecture and interior design firm Streetsense. The roughly $250,000 remodel will introduce communal tables and comfortable booths along with lighting designed to create a social and intimate vibe. “The downtown DC Daily Grill had one goal in mind for the redesign – keep their loyal guests while bringing in a new generation. The redesign is warm and welcoming to all ages, featuring subtle changes that will significantly enhance the guest’s experience,” Rhena Saar said, a senior project designer. Guests will also enjoy a new surround sound audio system and additional flat screen TVs.