All posts tagged "abra"

  • The Mova Situation

    Mova will be moving, owner Babak Movahedi told Metro Weekly on Friday, July 30. A lawsuit filed by the bar's current landlord remains pending, however,...

  • An End to Chaos

    Club Chaos has officially closed for good. Owner Carlos Aguilar confirmed the fact while exiting a ''show cause'' hearing with D.C.'s Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC)...

  • Lawson and Order

    On most nights, particularly the pleasant ones, Hank's Oyster Bar at the corner of Q and 17th Streets NW is packed. The patio bustles with...

  • Countdown for Chaos?

    Despite rumors to the contrary, Club Chaos, a 10-year-old GLBT restaurant and bar located at 1603 17th St. NW, has not shuttered its doors. It...

  • Local News Briefs

    New Law Proposed for Youth in Clubs D.C. Councilmember Jim Graham (D-Ward 1) has proposed legislation that would require all establishments in Washington that serve...

  • Sidewalk Stories

    Trio restaurant is a venerable Dupont Circle institution, in some ways, perhaps, even more important to the neighborhood than the namesake fountain. From its corner...

  • Be Bar Faces Off with Opponents

    Opponents and supporters of the proposed Be Bar at 1318 Ninth St. NW , which would cater to the gay community with a lounge and...

  • Order vs. Oysters on 17th Street

    The stretch of 17th Street NW, between P Street and Riggs Place, roughly, is possibly the ''gayest'' neighborhood in D.C., with a cluster of gay...

  • Closed for Business

    Nob Hill, the oldest gay bar in Washington and one of the oldest black gay bars in the country, closed its doors on February 1,...

  • Care to Comment?

    Apparently some community activists are taking their holiday vacations in February. That's what the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) seems to be suggesting by...