“One of the reasons we love the space is that it has so many cool nooks and crannies and party areas,” Brogan says. “And the view speaks for itself.”
There will be a bar on each level and the duo expect to host DJs and install TVs to cater to sports fans.
The American-skewing menu will be overseen by chef David McGuirk, formerly of Town Hall and Matchbox restaurants.
The unnamed project marks the fourth restaurant from Brogan and Landry, who also own Mason Inn and Chinese Disco in Georgetown, as well as Mission taqueria in Dupont Circle.
Renovations are expected to begin in early April, with a projected opening in early summer.
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