1600 7th Street, NW
Back in early June we first learned that Dacha Beer Garden hoped to come to the empty lot on the northwest corner of 7th and Q Street, NW:
“Our goal is to create a pleasant, green and beautiful neighborhood beer garden serving world-class brews and tasty, organic food to our community. We will strive to be an exemplary small business, an active participant in the life of the community, and a good neighbor.”
You can read all about there plans here.
Looks like things are moving forward as they’ve applied for a liquor license with some more details:
“New Tavern. The establishment will offer a choice of draft beers and light fare. Food will be pre-cooked offsite and reheated on site. It will be outfitted with a 20’-foot x 8’-foot pre-fabricated building that will be connected to public sewer and water supply and will have the following functions; 1. To provide service counter space, 2. Store and refrigerate beer kegs, 3. Reheat remotely prepared light fare on a gridle, 4. Wash beer glasses in a code compliant three compartment sink, 5. Wash glasses in an automatic glass washer, store a supply of bottled water in an under counter refrigerator. Total Occupancy load #190, Sidewalk Café Seats #30.”
They hope to operate – Sunday: 12pm-10:30pm, Monday–Thursday: 4pm-10:30pm, Friday: 4pm-11:59pm, Saturday:12pm-11:59pm.
Updates as they get closer to opening.
7th Street looking north
via google maps From MPD: “At approximately 1:00 AM on July 31, 2021, the Metropolitan Police Department responded to the 600 block of Quebec Place, Northwest, for the report of…
photo by Tim Brown From the Nationals: “The Washington Nationals acquired catcher Keibert Ruiz, right-handed pitcher Josiah Gray, right-handed pitcher Gerardo Carrillo and outfielder Donovan Casey from the Los Angeles…
Developing: Cailin reports: “Reported bomb threat between H Street bridge and G + 2nd St NE. Kaiser Permanente Medical Center is largely evacuated. Heavy police presence. Station House residents have…
Yesterday there were 50,329 total positives. explore all the official D.C. data here From the Mayor’s Office: “The District’s reported data for Thursday, July 29, 2021 includes 69 new positive…