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Bar Lorea opens at 14th and U Street, NW Today at 4pm – Have a Look Inside


2005 14th Street, NW at U Street

Back in June we learned that Bar Lorea was coming to 14th and U Street in the former Diet Starts Monday, The BBQ Joint, Den of Thieves, Hanoi House, and Blackbyrd Warehouse space. They are opening today at 4pm! Check out their food and drinks menus and have a look inside at the revamped space:

Their website says:

“Bar Lorea is a neighborhood bar serving classic cocktails, cantina street food and craft beer in a inviting and fun atmosphere”

Drink Menu_Final (PDF)

Food Menu_Final (PDF)

Interior photos courtesy Bar Lorea:

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