3400 Georgia Avenue, NW. Photo by Fredde Lieberman
From a press release:
“Hook Hall’s 7,000 square-foot backyard has been seasonally transformed into The Oasis, a tropical paradise respite in the middle of the city. Bright yellow tables, appropriately social distanced, are set on the Astro-turfed lawn with seven cabanas flanking the yard.
Photo by Fredde Lieberman
Each tropical themed cabana includes sectional lounges, table, swing, a bean bag with ceiling fans to keep the humidity at bay. Cabanas , seating six guests according to Phase 2 guidelines, may be reserved for $100 for 2.5 hours with the larger Captain’s Quarters cabana available for $125 for 2.5 hours. Cabana rentals include table service, a welcome bottle of champagne, contactless ordering from a cocktail and food men, USB power ports, and a menu created by Chef Ryan Gordon. His Oasis menu features island-themed crab cakes, tacos and salads with a larger menu serving pizza and sandwiches. An extensive offering of frozen cocktails and summer-themed drinks round out the Oasis menu.
According to Hook Hall owner, Anna Valero, “As we re-open post Covid-19 closures we will be following all Federal and District guidelines regarding social distancing and sanitization standards to maintain a safe facility. Our team will be following the strictest of measures to ensure the safety of our guests and crew members. Guests must wear masks when not eating or drinking, and all tables and cabanas are limited to 6 people.
THE OASIS AT HOOK HALL
3400 Georgia Avenue NW
www.HookHall.com for reservations
Hours: Wednesday 3-10 pm; Thursday 3-11 pm; Friday-Saturday 11 am – midnight; Sunday 11 am- 7 pm
Brunch menu available on weekends”