Well this could be awesome. EaterDC reports:
“D.C. Broker Bill Miller says they’ve toured several locations in D.C. proper, but there’s no lease signed yet. They’re looking at places between 8,000 and 12,000 square feet in size, and considering spots that stretch over two levels.”
B.B. King’s Blues Club website says:
There is nothing better than a full stomach to enjoy great music. Our menu offers a variety of great cuisine fused with that southern comfort touch. Steaks, fresh seafood, mouth watering bar-b-q, pasta and plenty of appetizers all come together to create the perfect combination of delicious food, energetic music, cold drinks and a great time all packed into one building. B.B. King’s Blues Club, “Its Good For Your Soul.”
Eclectic pieces of folk art portraying musical icons adorn the backdrop, the aroma of spicy gumbo and dry rubbed ribs float through the air to set the tone, boisterous musical notes drifting from the stage define the atmosphere, the dance floor satiated with elated guests dancing their blues away help to create the mood. This is B.B. King’s Blues Club Experience It Today & “Let The Good Times Roll.”
We feature live music every night of the week from funky & fast to soulful and smooth. Visit our monthly events calendar to find out which one of our many energetic, rock solid, grooving bands are performing. Visit B.B. King’s Blues Club because we are music where “Everything is Everything”!
Check out the menu here.
I’ve got the perfect space for them – how about the former ESPN Zone vacant since 2010 at 12th and E Street, NW? Or how about the former Filene’s at 1133 Connecticut Ave, NW?
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