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New Bar, The Elroy, Coming to 1423 H Street, NE

by Prince Of Petworth March 11, 2013 at 12:30 pm 15 Comments

1423 H Street, NE

This is a curious development – a new liquor license application has been posted outside 1423 H Street, NE – it says:

The Elroy (This is a transfer from 645 New York Avenue, NW. New York Avenue Beach Bar)

New Tavern. Beach themed Outdoors. Entertainment to be provided by DJ. No Nude Performances. Licensed Food Trucks will provide sale of food on premises; food prepared off-site and warmed on-premises. Total Load is 100; Total Number of seats is 40.

Obviously this is a storefront so they won’t be able to replicate the New York Ave Beach Bar here. So it sounds like a new bar called The Elroy will be using their liquor license. Looks like a lot of work is needed on the space so updates as construction progresses.


  • grr

    another day, another development on H

  • Anonymous

    No nude performances? I am outraged.

    • Seriously. Do they even realize how many customers they’ve lost?

  • Anonymous

    So I guess the beach bar’s not making a comeback?

  • Anonymous

    Please no beach bar! Keep the Georgetown frat boy vibe over in Georgetown.

    • Anonymous

      Have you been out on h in the past few years?
      The migrations done happened.

    • Anonymous

      Sadly the above anon is right. Though, there are still cool spots to hang out on H that are not fratty. Just avoid Smith Commons and H St Country Club.

  • Nolo

    I wish we could get an Applebee’s.

    • Anonymous

      What’s at an Applebee’s that you can’t already get on h?

  • Anonymous

    So, will this be a Jetsons themed bar?

  • beabeth

    anyone bored with H street yet?

    • Anonymous

      i dont even understand that.

    • Anonymous

      yea, totally, it’s so passe now.

      • Nobody goes there anymore. It’s too crowded.

    • Anonymous

      Not really. I only live a 20-minute walk away but there are so many places I still haven’t been to, and at the rate new places keep opening I’ll never try them all.


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