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Patio Work Begins at All Souls

by Prince Of Petworth March 14, 2016 at 10:22 pm 12 Comments

725 T Street, NW

Yes!! The outdoor patio is coming to All Souls. It’s been a minute since I’ve had the opportunity to mention one of the top five bars in DC. They now have a website too – check out their menu here. And I’ll see you on the patio in a couple months…

looking east towards the Howard Theatre

  • Anna Cooper


  • Kingman Park

    Much needed.

  • Top five you say, where can we see these rankings?! :)

    • stacksp


  • DM

    Awesome move. I like All Souls, but every time I try to go there it’s so incredibly loud and crowded that I wind up elsewhere.
    Though how long do we give it before the residents of that formstone house in the background start making noise complaints?

    • ET

      The first Friday/Saturday night after it is open.

      • Anonynon

        iv never been because the same reason I walk in look around all type a folks screaming at each other get freaked out and go to right proper….aint got time for that

  • ledroiter

    Great news for David and All Souls! On the other side of T, sad news with Zenebech Injera closing in 6 months for the new 7 story building coming in :(.

    • NH Ave Hiker

      Do you know if they’re moving somewhere else?

      • ledroiter

        Possibly, but no definitive plans yet.

    • 7thStTechGuy

      Agreed, Dave and his staff are great(plus Dave is a dyed in the wool Skins fan/local guy). He runs an incredibly professional bar, with Bartenders that know their stuff and are a sort of throwback to the Neighborhood quiet spot know your name bartender, rarely seen today. I see another comment on here about it being crowded and loud- try stopping in on a sunday afternoon or on an off day during the week. Its a great spot.

  • thoma193

    Love it – with this, Glenn’s, and Compass the amount of crime in the area has started / will continue to dwindle with the increased foot traffic at all hours of the day. The alley right there on T St. used to be a major hub for drug deals and people offloading stolen packages & purses.


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