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Saint Arnold’s on Jefferson Permanently Closed, Space for Lease


1827 Jefferson Place NW, opened here in December 2010

Ed. Note: Currently no updates on their Cleveland Park location.

Thanks to Babs for sending the for lease sign. Over the summer St. Arnold’s wrote:

“To our loyal friends, family, and customers who became both friends and family,
It has been a long year and a half for the hospitality industry and for the world. COVID and the ripple effects it has had on the restaurant industry specifically deeply affected us, and we are saddened to share that we are closing our doors at St. Arnold’s.

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the support, generosity, and time that you’ve shared with us during our ten years in business. We hope our paths cross again, but until then, be well and raise a glass to honor the times we shared.

Cheers and a heartfelt thank you from the entire St. Arnold’s team”

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