1500 East Capitol Street, NE
Thanks to Geno for sharing the news about Capitol Square Bar & Grill‘s opening:
“Great Beer, Excellent Food!!
One of DC’s newest spots, a beautiful one at that!!”
Check out their menu here.
Their website says:
“We are pleased to announce the opening of the first family restaurant serving the Hill East neighborhood. Located at the corner of East Capitol & 15th Street on Historic Capitol Hill, Capitol Square Bar & Grill wants to be your place for reconnecting with friends and family as we reemerge from the pandemic.
DC Capitol Square Bar & Grill is a reflection of our diverse community,
and our cuisine aims to reflect that diversity, blending culture, great food and ambience for everyday dining as well as important celebrations such as birthdays, graduations, retirements, and rehearsal dinners. We hope that every visit to our restaurant will bring out the nostalgia of our historic Washington DC community and provide a relaxing place to enjoy fresh, healthy food, whether that is breakfast, lunch or dinner.
We will strive to provide authentic American, African, and Caribean Cuisine and comfort food that will appeal to a broad variety of tastes with a touch of elegance and sophistication. Our renowned chef with 35 years of culinary experience has created a menu to suit a variety of palettes with seasonal specials. Our restaurant can meet all of your needs whether it is Saturday morning breakfast, a power lunch, or a private boutique dinner at night.
Our restaurant will offer the relaxed atmosphere of outdoor dining on our sidewalk café while the interior of the restaurant will feature contemporary furniture and elegant décor with state-of-the-art audio and video capabilities.”
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