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Monday, November 22, 2010

HR-57 Relocating to H Street

Washington City Paper has confirmed that the jazz bar HR-57 (which I LOVE) is relocating to 9th and H Street. This is major news for HR-57, and for us in the H Street Corridor, and for all local jazzheads. I'm calling it the story of the week.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

seems like a good fit for H St and HR57, haven't been to the 14th street venue in a while but it was always a good time. very jazzed about a live jazz spot in the middle of h st, still wondering what the address is, opposite the h st connection i'm guessing, but where? hoping for less hype and just a simple grand opening of great live jazz on a regular basis in our neighborhood.

Kenny G said...

914 H?

i.e. the spot of the once proposed Liquid Lounge?

Jim Jackson, Dallas Mavericks said...

very jazzed!

ro said...

tremendous news. it will be nice to have more entertainment options rather than just another place to eat hopefully drew won't try to shut them down too.

Anonymous said...

i think that by the time the street work all clears up, people are going to be very shocked by h st.
even ya'll that live there will be shocked.

be prepared for how many people are going to be hanging out there.

its going to be nuts.

Anonymous said...

This is exciting! I'm not a jazz fan but I'll still check the place out every once in a while.
I love how H st is becoming more culturally diversified every day. Keep them coming!

JuxtaExposed.com said...

best news i've heard all morning. seriously, HR-57 is an amazing venue with a great vibe.

JuxtaExposed.com said...

best news i've heard all morning. seriously, HR-57 is an amazing venue with a great vibe.

Anonymous said...

If this were facebook I would be hitting the "like" button.

Do we know when they are coming?

Sarah said...

This is awesome! Does anyone know if H St code will permit BYOB at this site?

Anonymous said...

If this were a hip-hop club most people wouldn't be nearly as exciting. This should bring more quality people to the corridor.

Anonymous said...

defintely a great addition for H st. Remember H st was suppossed to be the Atlas arts district not another Adams Morgan.

I'll spend my money there even though I don't like jazz.

Dolemite said...

This is huge! Welcome to the neighborhood, HR-57.

Atlas District Design said...

This will be a fantastic move to diversify the options for H street...a return to the glory days of the 1940's & 1950's.

Wow this is going to be amazing!

Anonymous said...

Wow, this is great. It's awesome to see new entertainment/music coming to H Street. Hopefully this will give HR57 some new buzz. Would be great if they could get some good national acts and keep their byob policy.

102 said...

Speaking of the glory days, too bad Club Kavakos isn't still around at 8th and H. If you're not familiar, check out: http://www.victoriansecrets.net/kavakos2.html

Bringing back a serious jazz club to H Street is friggin awesome.

Anonymous said...

I read that when i was opening the pug. Can't remember if the article said or not, but the owners were the same family that owned sherrils over on penn ave.
tonyt
the pug.

Anonymous said...

Late to this.... SOOOO EXCITED! Welcome to the neighborhood HR57! This is where HR57 BELONGS.

Anonymous said...

ohhhhh, sherrils....even a passing mention of it makes my heart go pitter-patter. i miss that place. i wish it would be re-birthed on H Street!!!!

Anonymous said...

don't get me wrong, i loved sherril's, but we've got the cap city diner. It's like sherril's without the mean ladies.
tonyt
the pug