Bar di Bari Already Closed in Logan Circle?

14th and R St, NW

Bar di Bari opened up in Logan Circle back in June. Anyone know what’s going on? Have they pulled a Diego or closed for good? One reader writes:

“Do you know if Bar di Bari closed? It’s closed today with no signs saying why. doors are locked. chairs up. could be nothing. but I’m pretty sure they’re open everyday of week.”

Someone on their Facebook page, which hasn’t been updated since September 26th, also writes:

“What’s up with being closed today? I went for my power hour coffee and everything was locked up”

Phone calls to the cafe go straight to voicemail without identifying the number with any restaurant. Their website still says:

“opening some time in June… your guess is as good as ours!”

Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available.

Update from Bari partner Aaron Gordon:

“Bari is not closed, but we are exploring the option of a Winter schedule that includes opening Tues-Sunday. Obviously, as a patio-driven café, the colder weather certainly limits our potential business, especially on Mondays.

Thanks to all the folks that left positive comments. Sorry, we didn’t leave a specific sign in the window or on our Facebook site to explain being closed today. After seeing these comments, I guess well have to do something about our light fixture!”

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