Washington, DC

11th and Park Road, NW

From Meridian Pint’s owner John Andrade:


We would like to take a moment to thank all our customers, staff, local breweries and overall supporters who have made Meridian Pint in Columbia Heights their home for the past 9 years.

We are honored to have served you the best American Craft Beers in the city along with having been your neighborhood gathering place for so many years.We are proud to have brought you a safe community space to cheer on your favorite teams, meet new friends, host great events, and spend time with the people you care about. We thank you all for believing in us and having made us part of what you love about being in DC.

During the last 9 years a lot has changed in regards to the evolving needs of our staff, our customers, our lives and our city. With change comes new opportunities for us all to grow in different directions. Therefore, we are very excited to announce that Meridian Pint will be moving to Arlington, VA to expand our passion for American craft beer into Northern Virginia. As a result, we are sad to announce that our Meridian Pint Columbia Heights location will have it’s final Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 21st, 2019 then permanently close at 4pm.

We invite you to join us for this final week of saying goodbye to the place where so many of us have shared memories and good times.

The Pint Group (Smoke & Barrel, Brookland Pint, & our new Meridian Pint-Arlington) will continue to serve wonderful craft beer and food with our mission to provide a neighborhood gathering space for all.

Thank you so much for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you all throughout this final week of celebration in Columbia Heights.”

Pre-Meridian Pint back in 2008

Ed. Note: This is a huge loss for Columbia Heights. You can see my thought on how important Meridian Pint has been to 11th Street/Columbia Heights here. Meridian Pint’s moving follows the recent closure of Maple (new Italian restaurant coming) and Good Silver (now open as the Queens English.). Updates as we learn what becomes of the former Meridian Pint space.


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