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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Kitty's Saloon Now Open on H Street

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I recently stopped by the newly opened Kitty's Saloon (1208 H Street) to find out a bit about the place. They didn't have the kitchen open when I visited, but they are serving food now. They currently have six beers on tap (Shiner Bock $6, Atlas Rowdy $6, Abita Amber $6, Dogfishhead 90 Minute $7, Goose Island $7, and Allagash Curieux $12). All taps will rotate. They also have a selection of bottled beers ($3-9) and beers in cans ($3-6). Fans of craft cocktails can enjoy one of their house creations. I tried the refreshing Autumn for Rickey ($10), which consists of Green Hat Gin, fresh juice, and blackberry jam. The whisky/bourbon focused upstairs bar isn't open yet (give it a month), but they have a nice list of bourbon, whisky, rye, and scotch that you can enjoy downstairs.


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The Autumn for Rickey

Kitty's has previously described their food as "contemporary redneck cuisine." Their menu reveals this in offerings such as house pickled egg and fried bologna sliders ($7) and bourbon braised bison shortribs ($19).

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They do not have a set kids menu, but can accommodate children (no highchairs).

The Washington Post has a write-up on Kitty's.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

went there the other night. the catfish was delicious and my companions loved the ribs.

Anonymous said...

they had a burger with a cup of meat juice to dip it into, best burger ever

Ann said...

Is the burger really $7? That doesn't seem right given the rest of the prices.

3 said...

but they are calling it redneck cuisine and i am offended. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!
ahhhhhh!!!!

Jesse said...

I love that you now put in the line about high chairs and kid's menus! You are the best.



Thank you.

inked said...

Jesse,
It's a question I always ask because I know people will ask me about it later.

V+ said...

those big plasma TVs undermine an otherwise cool, vintage aesthetic

Anonymous said...

A $12 beer?!? WTF, is this place for millionaires?

Fletch F. Fletch said...

Anon 2:26pm -- no, but that beer is.

Cheapskate said...

The $12 beer has 10% alcohol, so you are getting two beers in one.

Anonymous said...

Best hamburger in town hands down.

Anonymous said...

Have been 3 times already, best food on H St, possibly the best burger in the country, no $hit. How do you even get sausage in a chicken wing, amazing. OH and prices/service are great.
-Russ