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Friday, September 14, 2012

Maketto Applies for Liquor License

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Image courtesy of Popularise

Maketto is a collaboration between Erik Bruner-Yang of Toki Underground (2nd floor 1234 H Street) and Will Sharp of DURKL men's clothing. It's coming to 1351 H Street. Eater posted some early renderings a while back.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
                         
Posting Date:    September 14, 2012
Petition Date:   October 29, 2012
Hearing Date:   November 13, 2012
         
License No.:    ABRA-090445
Licensee:         Maketto LLC
Trade Name:   Maketto
License Class: Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant
Address:          1351 H Street, N.E.
Contact:           Andrew Kline, (202) 686-7600
                                                 
              WARD 6                        ANC 6A                          SMD 6A06

Notice is hereby given that this applicant has applied for a license under the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Act and that the objectors are entitled to be heard before the granting of such license on the hearing date at 10:00 am, 2000 14th Street, N.W., 400 South, Washington, DC 20009. Petitions and/or requests to appear before the Board must be filed on or before the petition date.

NATURE OF OPERATION
New restaurant with South East Asian cuisine.   Occasional DJ for special events or parties.    Seating for patrons is approximately 130. Total occupancy load is approximately 330. Summer Garden with seating for 30 patrons.

HOURS OF OPERATION AND SALES/SERVICE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES INSIDE PREMISES AND SUMMER GARDEN
Sunday through Thursday 8am-2am, Friday and Saturday 8am-3am

HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT
Sunday through Thursday 6pm-1am, Friday and Saturday 6pm-3am

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

i will also be doing a presentation at tomorrows ANC meeting if anyone is interested in attending.

bests,
Erik Yang

Poo said...

Yo, Erik! You rock!

Margaret Holwill @HStreetDC_ said...

Erik presented his plans at the ANC6a ABL committee meeting Tuesday night. Spectacular!
The layout and design are simply beautiful and much more sophisticated than anything we've seen anywhere on H Street or Capitol Hill. Flat out knock your socks off.
Unfortunately, Erik had to collect the design packages he gave us for the discussion, or I'd have given them to Inked.
The details are still confidential.
It pays to attend these local meetings. You get to see and hear some amazing stuff! Wish more of you had come.