Now it can be told. Sold last December, Glen "Hamburger Mary" Mlaker's former Titan/Dakota Cowgirl space
will become a chi-chi restaurant serving mostly high-end pizza and tapas, a concept imported from a restaurant group in Northern Virginia. No more campily named burgers. No more sassy servers. No more shirtless men cavorting upstairs.
The space, soon to be renamed, will be gay no more. At least not specifically (Hearsay imagines gays will still be welcome to dine to their heart's content). In any event, think a whole lot of fish
, including tuna prepared at least three ways. But the real kicker are the proposed high end European beers, in the forthcoming establishment's aim to, according to the Washington Post's Dish, "the finest beer destination on the East Coast
," boasting "500 labels, 100 styles and 50 draft beers." It's gonna be a paradise of suds!