Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Restaurant/Nightclub at 14th and F streets to be open 24 hours a day
When Borders closed at 14th and F, the Clyde's Group quickly rushed in to grab the space. Not for another restaurant, but for a concert venue. That left a lot of people scratching their heads. What exactly did they have in mind?
Well, 14th and U reports that Clyde's has now filed their alcohol permit applications, which gives us a little insight.
For now, the venue is being called Hamilton Square Grill. It is going to have a 15,000 square foot nightclub on the basement level with a 20,000 square foot restaurant on the ground level. There will also be a 96 seat outside patio.
Not much word on the fare, except that there will be sushi and, in Clyde's fashion, a raw bar.
The real surprise is that they are planning on keeping the massive operation open 24 hours a day. The outside patio will be open until 2 a.m. on Sundays through Thursdays and until 3 a.m. on the weekends.
Posted by Insider Media at 10:13 AM