New Restaurant Announcement At Monroe Street Market, From The Owners Of Meridian Pint!

The dining room at popular DC restaurant, Meridian Pint. Image Courtesy of Meridian Pint.
The dining room at popular DC restaurant, Meridian Pint. Image Courtesy of Meridian Pint.

Were were really happy to read this announcement via the Monroe Street Market Facebook page. Meridian Pint is a great DC establishment and we look forward to checking out their new location when they set up shop in our backyard.

RETAIL ANNOUNCEMENT:We are happy to announce that the markers of Meridian Pint, an independently owned restaurant, has signed on to join its Monroe Street Market development at the Brookland-CUA metro station in Washington, DC.The restaurant will provide a comfortable, family-friendly neighborhood-gathering place featuring a relaxed yet elegant atmosphere, casual fine dining derived from a chef-driven menu, and a selection of craft beers….

 
Expected to open mid-2014, it will encompass approximately 4,200 square feet at the end of the Arts Walk in the center of Brookland Works, the industrial-chic apartment and artist community at Monroe Street Market. The restaurant will feature a contemporary storefront with exposed brick, distressed wood, a partially open kitchen, cozy booths and a muted color-scheme accented by dark wood tones. Café seating will be available for guests to sit and enjoy al fresco dining while admiring art from the open-air artist studios. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner services, while also providing brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.The executive chef-driven menu will focus on elevated pub standards, internationally inspired dishes, and will provide an ample selection of vegetarian and vegan options. The selection of unique, craft beers will be primarily draft and will highlight a range of styles, geographic, and flavor profiles.

2 thoughts on “New Restaurant Announcement At Monroe Street Market, From The Owners Of Meridian Pint!”

  1. Great news! We moved here 10 years ago from Adams Morgan, and have been waiting patiently (no, desperately!) for better-quality restaurants to open up in the neighborhood. Visited Col. Brooks once in 10 years, and it was so horrible we never went back. Let’s hope this place doesn’t end up reeking of beer like Col. Brooks did.

    And Starbucks, too! Finally!

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