Email signup

Steakhouse Coming to former HR-57 and Fever Space on H Street; Restauranteur Predicts Area will transition from Hipster to more Cosmopolitan

h_street_steakhouse
816 H Street, NE

Big news about the former HR-57 and Fever Lounge space at 816 H Street, NE from the Washington Business Journal – they report Mythology Modern Chop House/Lore Lounge will open next year and:

“The “chop house” restaurant will occupy the first floor, with three levels of lounge above, including an indoor-outdoor space on the third floor and a fourth floor space that can shift concepts. Luongo envisions a beer-tasting room or a whiskey bar, depending on the season and the trends of the moment.”

Equally as interesting to me was a quote from the owner who says:

“I think where things are going with H Street, it’s going to transition away from that hipster scene to more of a mainstream, cosmopolitan, urban scene.”

Recent Stories

Thanks to Sarah for sending from Georgetown: “I think this is a female Merlin falcon, but I’d love to hear from the experts.” If you spot a hawk, any interesting…

1314 U Street, NW The Smith closed this location back in December 2021. The liquor license placard for Sports & Social says: “The Establishment will be a sports-themed restaurant serving…

photo by Pablo Raw “Dear PoPville, Am hosting a Moroccan friend from out of town who would love to find a bar on Saturday AM to watch the world cup…

Thanks to Stef for sending from the Florida Ave Whole Foods: “Waterloo sparkling water. They normally have them stacked by flavor but this is way more fun.”

FeeldWorld DC

Imagine being in a room with other interesting, like-minded humans and feeling confident and encouraged to share who you really are and what you really want? Where no desire or interest is too unusual, and you spend the evening building

Annual Holiday Concert and Sing Along

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Come celebrate the holiday season with Capital City Symphony and Potomac Fever, a close-knit harmony a cappella group made up of members of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC. Grab your

×

Subscribe to our mailing list