6th and Rhode Island Ave, NW via IG
Ed. Note: This is the the former Mr. P’s Ribs lot.
“We are here to bring you hot fun in the summertime. Frozen drinks, things in cans, and a magic bus, all at the corner of 6th and Rhode Island NW.
You may be hearing about us for the first time, or maybe you have been hearing about us for over a year. We have gone from being a dream to having building permits and an approval for a liquor license, now we just need to build this beauty.
What we need / What you get Read More
2348 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Well this sounds interesting, I keep forgetting to post this liquor license placard at the old Bourbon space:
Applicant requests an Expansion of the premises from a Total Occupancy Load of 74 to 307 (seating will not exceed 184). Applicant also requests a Change of Hours, to add an Entertainment Endorsement with Dancing and Cover Charge, and to add a Distillery Pub Endorsement. Read More
1400 Irving Street, NW courtesy Lou’s
From an email:
“We’ve turned the outside of Lou’s City Bar into a patio bar and beer garden and are doing a launch event this weekend with Bell’s. We’re adding tap lines, including up to 8 outside. This launch event with Bell’s will be the first in a series of beer-focused events on the patio throughout the summer.
courtesy Lou’s City Bar
The Bell’s event kicks off this Friday at 4pm Read More
1357 U Street, NW
Whoa, finally some action at a long time Horse’s Ass Award nominee (RIP State of the Union.) A new liquor license application says:
“DC Rabbit Hole LLC is opening Alice
A new Retailer’s Class C Tavern with a seating capacity of 225 and a Total Occupancy Load of 325. Rooftop Summer Garden on the second floor with 70 seats. Licensee is requesting an Entertainment Endorsement to include Dancing and Cover Charge inside the premises only.” Read More
From an email:
“On April 15, local hospitality innovators Eric and Ian Hilton will officially debut Skybox (1400 14th Street NW), their new 2,490-square-foot rooftop bar that boasts a stunning, nearly 360-degree panoramic view of Logan Circle and beyond. Located atop the brothers’ popular Players’ Club — an ode to 70s and 80s video games, music and culture — Skybox is also a nostalgic nod to the D.C. of yesteryear. Read More
901 9th Street, NW
From an email:
“The season of sunshine and chilled wine has finally arrived. Enjoy the rise in temperature on City Tap Penn Quarter’s outdoor patio space with $5 glasses of rosé all weekend long. This offer is available Saturday, March 29, and Sunday, March 30, from open to close.”
625 T Street, NW also bordering Florida Ave
This is in that little triangle parking lot across the street from the Howard Theatre and Right Proper. I passed by while Voodoo Brewery were setting up Saturday morning out of that shipping container and was told they’d be there this weekend and next weekend and possible longer. Did anyone happen to stop by?
Here’s what they were serving: Read More
14th and S Street, NW via IG
Garden District‘s first day of the season was yesterday!!
“we are open mon-thurs at 5pm, fri at 1pm, and sat/sun at 12pm
we close early for bad weather and when we run out of bbq”
926-928 U Street, NW
Thanks to Jay for sending. The liquor license placard at Service Bar says:
“Request to add a Sidewalk Café with 10 seats.”
Better than nothing!
79 Potomac Avenue, SE across from Nats Park on the Anacostia
Oh man, as if All Purpose Pizzeria weren’t already awesome. Well it just got more awesome:
Check out more of the killer view after the jump. Read More