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photos courtesy the Brixton

From an email:

“After a long five months hiatus, the Brixton is back starting this Friday at 5pm!

We’re returning to the B.C. (Before Covid) vibe of rooftop frozen cocktails, weekend day-drinking, and 2nd floor DJ dance parties (coming soon.)

As a nostalgic nod, our popular Frosé will make an appearance as well as a few new delicious frozen concoctions. Read More

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1610 14th Street, NW Photo by Laura Chase de Formigny

From a press release:

“Opening Date: 4/29/22 Hours of Operation:

Wednesday-Thursday: 6pm until 12am
Friday-Saturday: 6pm until 2am”


Photo by Laura Chase de Formigny

Alias’ website says:

“Nestled below sister location, Dolce Vita, Alias is a sultry and sophisticated social club, offering signature handcrafted cocktails, the finest champagnes, and Executive Chef Elier Rodriguez’s meze selection of Mediterranean fusion bites from Dolce Vita. Read More

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1836 18th Street, NW

Ed. Note: As for the posters in the window, likely just some rogue advertising.

Update from owner Eric Heidenberger: “Name will be Vagabond and aiming for a Summer 2022 open. More details to come. The posters, however, were not us, and will be coming down shortly. Someone having a little Friday fun with their new neighbor?”

“Dear PoPville,

I walked past the old Rebellion location and saw a new door had been installed, heard construction noises inside, and there was a truck parked out front that specializes in installing tap systems. Any idea who might be moving in?”

When we posted about some movement seen here some sleuths found a potential name – The Voyager and Read More

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courtesy Potomac Tiki Club

From a press release:

“Whatever will they think of next? Jack Mayer and Jack Walten (the “Jacks”), founders of Sea Suite Cruises, who brought the first pedal boat bars to the Potomac with the Paddle Club, have launched Potomac Tiki Club, an 18-passenger party-on-the-water craft sailing out of Georgetown Harbor.

The teal-blue floating tiki bar operating with an engine, unlike the Paddle Club boats that require some passenger peddling to move, takes 90-minute cruises towards the Key Bridge and Rosslyn, past the Twin Sisters, circles back to pass Riverview landmarks like Georgetown University, The Kennedy Center, Watergate Hotel, the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Read More

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