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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Little Miss Whiskey's Opens Second Floor of Outdoor Space

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All photos courtesy of Little Miss Whiskey's.

You know that awesome back patio at Little Miss Whiskey's (1104 H Street)? It just became even better, because they have added a level. For those who have not been to the back area, it has a fountain, and enough lush greenery to make you momentarily forget you are actually sitting in the middle of DC. From owner Mark Thorp:



Little Miss Whiskey's gorgeous patio is now open with a second level. The fountains are on, the honeysuckle is growing, and our black bamboo is about to shoot this season's growth 30 feet out of the ground. The first level of the patio is also now outfitted with large gas heaters for colder weather. 

Patrons may reserve both levels of the patio or just the second for private events. Both levels come with use of our large propane grill, perfect for urban grilling any weekend or evening to which DC residents don't have access in their apartments/homes.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous 4th and G said...

I can't go to Little Miss Whiskey's anymore because it makes me feel like Wooderson from Dazed & Confused: "That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age."

Apr 16, 2014, 9:57:00 AM

 
Blogger Gary Gorski said...

I hope that in addition to second floor, they also cleaned up the first floor outdoor space a bit since I was there last summer.

When I went, the empty ash trays and random junk sitting around on the patio and in the unlandscaped ground had collected stagnant pools of water, and the place was mosquito infested.

We went inside, but with a 6-7 person group, we had to sit up by the front window, where the shoddy air conditioning system kept a jet stream of freezing air directed at a section of the seats.

Haven't been back since...

Apr 17, 2014, 4:09:00 PM

 

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