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Friday, October 03, 2014

Sixth and H Street Bar and Grill Headed to H Street

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Photo from 2010

I don't have much info on this place aside from the ABRA app that just came in. Back in 2010, it was slated to become a sports bar called Our Place on H.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULATION ADMINISTRATION

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
     
Posting Date:    October 3, 2014
Petition Date:   November 17, 2014
Hearing Date:   December 1, 2014
Protest Date:     February 11, 2015
         
 License No.:      ABRA-096761
 Licensee:           Sixth and H Street Bar and Grill, LLC
Trade Name:     Sixth and H Street Bar and Grill
 License Class:   Retailer’s Class “C” Tavern  
 Address:            523 H Street, NE Washington, DC 20002
 Contact:             Leslie Defour, Owner 301-806-1108
                                                         
WARD 6           ​ ANC 6C             ​ SMD 6C05
           
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 on the hearing date at 10:00 am, 4th Floor, 2000 14th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20009.  Petition and/or request to appear before the Board must be filed on or before the petition date.
The Protest Hearing Date is scheduled for 1:30 pm on February 11, 2015.
                                 
NATURE OF OPERATION
Sports bar and grill, serving hamburgers, French fries, pizza and sub-sandwiches with a seating capacity of 41 inside.  Total occupancy load of 50.  Sidewalk café with 22. No entertainment, performances or dancing.

HOURS OF OPERATION
Sunday 7 am – 12 pm, Monday through Thursday 7 am – 2 am and
Friday & Saturday 7 am – 3 am

HOURS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES SALES/SERVICE/CONSUMPTION
Sunday 12 pm – 12 am, Monday through Thursday 12 pm – 2 am and
Friday & Saturday 12- 3 am

HOURS OF SIDEWALK CAFE
Sunday 7 am – 12 am, Monday through Thursday 7 am – 12 am and
Friday & Saturday 12 pm - 3 am

HOURS OF SIDEWALK CAFE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES SALES/SERVICE/CONSUMPTION
Sunday 12 pm – 12 am, Monday through Thursday 12 pm – 2 am and
Friday & Saturday 12 pm- 3 am

21 comments:

pat said...

it seems we get a new bar or restaurant every month.
Has anyone run the numbers?

Anonymous said...

Sounds boring

Anonymous said...

Yes. Doesn't sound very interesting nor the sort of thing I would like to see in our neighborhood. On this part of H, I think there should be higher end offerings - even if a fast food/takeout/casual place comes to this spot, I would prefer that it offered quality food, not subs, fries and hamburgers. How about a decent delicatessen - a REAL one, with healthful, nutritious home-style, cooked food that people can pick up on their way home and re-heat, as well as salads, cheeses and different cuts of hams etc.

Anonymous said...

Trashy food keeps coming to H street. Isn't it time for another addition of a quality restaurant like Le Granier or Atlas Room?

Anonymous said...

I agree completely with 8:48!

Anonymous said...

DC Harvest is really good! A wonderful addition to the West end!

Campy said...

Yep, check out DC Harvest.

Anonymous said...

a REAL deli with healthy food? wtf. Real delis dont do much in the healthy department. Real deli's pile delicious salted cured meats and other processed cold cuts high on bread and load them with oil and vinegar and/or mayo. They also sell bagels with a quarter to a half inch of cream cheese between the halves and other stuff like bacon, egg, and cheeses

Anonymous said...

Well don't support them if you don't like what they offer. Stay home and cook your own healthy food. Better yet open your own spot.

Anonymous said...

even the name of the place is boring.

Anonymous said...

I wonder where this place will put their trash? Their building takes up their entire lot so they cannot put it in their back yard or in the alley. I think a situation with the garbage being in public space like with Big Board should be avoided. I love BB but I do not love walking by and seeing/smelling their dumpster on the sidewalk every day.

Anonymous said...

It's called Sixth and H Street Bar and Grill? It doesn't get much more lazy than that when it comes to naming your establishment. I'm in agreement with other posters- I would love to see more high-end offerings rather than just another burger and fries joint (and honestly, nothing is going to beat Big Board's burgers anyway).

Anonymous said...

The description and name are generic, but I would love a place like Cleveland Park Bar & Grill, which has the same. They also serve pizza and other "bar food," but it's still good quality.

Anonymous said...

Yup, the name is boring too. I have an idea! How about "Sixth and H Street Bar and Grill between Noma and Capitol Hill near Union Station in Atlas District Washington DC"?

Anonymous said...

What's the big deal about an average place? Big Board does well. It's a neighborhood joint. Maybe it's cause their food is something foreign and exotic... Wait. They serve hamburgers and fries, and people watch sports and drink beer there. This is what people want. An entrepreneur recognized it, and is putting the West Ends needs into action. There's plenty of high end stuff on the West Side, but nothing similar to the Big Board.

wylie coyote said...

This place will do ridiculous business, naysayers in this thread be darned. Lots of residential density on the west side and more coming. They'll want a neighborhood bar and Big Board can't hold them all. It's a smart move. Hope the food is good.

Anonymous said...

Seriously I took a look at the place. Where will they put their trash, dirty linens and grease waste?

Jesse said...

Maybe it'll be like Summer's out in Arlington. Boring, but shows every soccer game being played across the world.

+1 and they can have all my money if they do that.

Anonymous said...

Boring but I am sure they will do well. Every minute a sucker is born, once an entrepreneur told me!

Anonymous said...

i don't think we need high end, i would actually love it if they opened a diner. it would be great to have a decent breakfast place that is comfortable, doesn't require you to do the whole brunch scene, and is open for late-night eats.

Col. Brentwood said...

I like sports and Atlas Room is some bougie nonsense.