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British Themed gastropub to open in Columbia Heights

monkeyrotica Apr 16, 2008 05:34 AM

From the folks behind Hank's Oyster Bar. Menu items will include British classics like potted shrimp, toad in a hole, pork pasties, fish and chips, bangers and mash, Welsh rarebit, steak and Guinness pie and sticky toffee pudding. To be located at 1400 Irving Street NW.

http://amandamc.blogspot.com/2008/04/...

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    jt1 Apr 16, 2008 05:54 AM

    Pork pasties? Surely some mistake...
    Pork pies or Cornish pasties.

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    1. re: jt1
      monkeyrotica Apr 16, 2008 06:10 AM

      I'd definitely eat either a Porkish Pastie or a Corn Pie if I'd had enough pints of bitter.

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      Elyssa Apr 16, 2008 05:46 AM

      Sounds promising, especially with an outdoor patio area.

      Metrocurean didn't mention anything about what beers they will be offering though.

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      1. re: Elyssa
        monkeyrotica Apr 16, 2008 05:52 AM

        I'd imagine it would be the standard Bass/Harp/Guinness/Boddingtons with some local microbrews and ESBs in the mix. I really hope they carry Beamish as I much prefer it Guinness, the Budweiser of stouts. From the map, it looks like it's right on top of the Columbia Heights Metro. An excellent location, I'm sure they'll draw a lot of customers from U Street and Mount Pleasant.

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