1336 H Street is the unpainted (in this photo) building next to Smokey's
Here's the ABRA notice for a new sports bar headed to the H Street Corridor. Before anyone asks, let me address the name. As we discussed on Twitter Friday, the "sin bin" is a nickname for the penalty box in hockey. Moving on, this place is big. 200 seats, & space for 400 patrons. Ever since plans the Olympic went south, people have been asking about a sports bar. Over the years, the Argonaut, Khan's, the Queen Vic, the Pug, & Biergarten Haus have all catered to a sports watching crowd, but none is exactly a sports bar.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULATION ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Posting Date: November 22, 2013
Petition Date: January 06, 2014
Hearing Date: January 21, 2014
Protest Date: March 19, 2014
License No.: ABRA-093632
Licensee: H Street Corridor Group, LLC
Trade Name: Sin Bin Sports Bar & Restaurant
License Class: Retailer’s Class “C” Restaurant
Address: 1336 H Street, NE
Contact: David McQuaid, 202-360-6209
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 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 March 19, 2014.
NATURE OF OPERATION
Restaurant serving an array of appetizers entrees, burgers and sandwiches with seats for 200 patrons. Total occupancy load of 400. Entertainment endorsement to include dancing and cover charge and summer garden with 50 seats.
HOURS OF OPERATION AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES SALES/SERVICE/CONSUMPTION FOR INSIDE PREMISE AND OUTSIDE SUMMER GARDEN
Sunday through Thursday 8 am – 2 am and Friday & Saturday 8 am – 3 am
HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT
Sunday through Thursday 8 pm – 2 am and Friday & Saturday 8 pm – 3 am
Sporrts,booz, and great food is always a big draw. I hope they do well.
Can't believe you didn't mention the Star & the Shamrock. Definitely at least as much a sports bar as any you listed.
Star & the Shamrock is almost the worst place to watch sports. The TVs are awkwardly facing away from the bar. Watching any game at the Pug is damned near impossible given the size of the place.
Sin Bin is a welcomed addition to H.
I can't wait for this place to open. Finally, a real sports bar on H!
Can't wait for the invasion of the bros and bowheads. They will be so cute on St Pat day too!!!
This place will be douchebag central on game day.
Real fans don't go to sports bars
While I appreciate the east end, I'm glad I live on the west end
rosedale rocks! cool nabe within walking distance of all the h street joints, without the sniping neighbors. booyah!
cannot wait for the next brosef happy hour here! bring it brahhh!
I am actually happy there will be a true sports bar in the mix. I think that fills the last void we need filled in terms of bars. Lets get some food variety and true retail on this side of the strip!
"I think that fills the last void we need filled... " We need a gay bar.
The Queen Vic is a gay bar
there are plenty of tvs on h st now. let's see how the food is.
It's going to be another sports bar with no personality, drawing different crowds on different nights. A dance floor that charges a cover?...doesn't sound like a place where I want to watch a hockey game. A summer patio at a place called the Sin Bin? How lovely.
I hope it turns out much better than it sounds. Until then, I'll stick with Rocket Bar downtown.
Good luck with Rocket Bar! BUST!! Come on over and take the street car to H Street Sin Bin, stops right out front!
We can't wait to serve you in November! Lots of plans to keep all DC Sports Fans Happy, and English Soccer on at 8 am every Saturday AM! with a tasty brunch!!
~GM Sin Bin DC!
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