This is District Tap House’s sister bar, and it’s a large space with lots of different seating options. You can either hang out at the big bar up front, sit in the dining room in back, or head upstairs and eat on the mezzanine where there are some tables and couches. There’s also a 10-person table in a curtained-off area on the ground floor that you can book in advance, and there’s a full dinner menu with things like roast chicken and steak tartare.
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