Thanks to Harrison for sending: “Sign of the Whale is returning yet again!!”
The new liquor license placard says:
“A new class C Tavern with a seating capacity of 115 and a Total Occupancy Load of 122.Entertainment Endorsement to provide live entertainment.”
In December EaterDC reported:
“the rowdy bar plans to reemerge as a polished, grown-up destination with a candle-lit lounge, small plates, and self-pouring sake dispensers.
The food at Sign of the Whale 2.0, also manned by Nero chef Andrew Holden (Cedar Knoll in Alexandria), will feature another a curious combination: Japanese and Southern food. Along with sushi, sashimi, skewers, ceviche, and small plates, the in-the-works menu will have fried chicken and fried fish.”
Ed. Note: We are way past 2.0 at this point and, well, this is one I’m gonna have to check out in person.
1825 M Street, NW
Stay tuned for an exact opening date.