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9 Bars Street Art Café coming to Upper 14th Street

4602 14th Street, NW, looking south towards Buchanan Street

I’ll be curious to learn more about this space. The liquor license application for 9 Bars Street Art Café says:

“A new C Tavern. Seating Capacity of 40. Total Occupancy Load of 47. License will include an Entertainment Endorsement.”

Update: Thanks to Chad for passing on their website:

“We are DCs first street art cafe
An espresso bar with a sublime cup of coffee,
a waffle that you cant get anywhere else,
wrapped in a culture decades in the making”

We are thrilled you’ve found us! 9 Bars Street Art Cafe is the first of it’s kind in DC, an espresso bar serving the best daggone waffles you’ve ever tasted, owned and operated by a local street artist. We specialize in a sublime cortado paired with a delectable treat, a made to order waffle that you can’t find anywhere else. We will be displaying artworks from local artists, hosting exhibitions, and are available to add flavor to your next event as a kiosk.”


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