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Kitchen + Kocktails by Kevin Kelley coming to I Street off Franklin Square


1300 I Street, NW

ToroToro opened here back in 2014. The liquor license placard for Kitchen + Kocktails says:

“New Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant with a Seating Capacity of 233 and a Total Occupancy Load of 602. In addition, a Sidewalk Café with 24 Seats and a Total Occupancy Load of 44.

The Licensee is also requesting an Entertainment Endorsement to provide Live Entertainment outside of the premises only, along with the Alcohol Carry-out and Delivery Endorsement.”

Their website says:

“Created to deliver the best in food, drinks and vibes to America, Kitchen + Kocktails is here to please. A dynamic comfort food restaurant at its core, Kitchen + Kocktails will focus on nicely plated comfort foods, including flavored fried chicken and lobster tails, shrimp and grits, creative waffles and other southern classics made with a twist. In addition, Kitchen + Kocktails will feature oxtails, greens, black eyed peas, and candied yams to go with desserts such as peach cobbler and banana pudding.”

Stay tuned for an opening date.

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