Blagden Alley next to Rogue 24 and La Colombe across from the new Columbia Room
The liquor license placard for Village Whiskey says:
“New full-service American restaurant with 62 interior seats. Total Occupancy Load is 148. Rooftop Summer Garden.”
Philly Mag reported:
“The Garces Group is still very much in expansion mode, and Jose Garces announced this week that he’s bringing a Village Whiskey to the Shaw neighborhood of Washington D.C. The bourbon bar will open at 920 N Street Northwest (Rear/Blagden Alley NW). The space will be 4,459 square feet.”
Check out the Philly menus here.
Back in February 2014 Chef Jose Garces opened Rural Society, Argentine Steakhouse, at 1177 15th Street, NW.
1435 Newton Street NW courtesy Greysteel From a press release: “Greysteel, a nationally recognized commercial real estate investment services firm, has completed the sale of the NW DC Portfolio for…
19th and L Street, NW Thanks to Kim and James for sending: “Former corner bakery at 19th & L to be replaced by Mikey & Mel’s Famous Deli.”
photo by Emma K Alexandra From the Mayor’s Office last night: “Following the House passage of the D.C. Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium Campus Revitalization Act (H.R. 4984), Mayor Muriel…
1847 7th Street, NW Thanks to Nate for sending: “Blank Street coffee location on 7th Street NW near T Street reopened.”
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