Recently opened (about 8 months), this place seems to have really fit in well already to the neighborhood. Thereís a small bar area and then a handful of tables on the other side of the space, limited seating, and on a Tuesday it seemed to be getting a lot of foot traffic at dinner time.
Food was really good - lots of BBQ on the menu as Travlr mentions in his review.
Beer seems to be a decent mix of local and some more smaller bottles - still also have hipster brews (PBR, 312 wheat in cans!) available for the less adventurous out there. I will certainly keep this in mind next time Iím down near Meridian Pint.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 17/20
This is a new place, but it looks like itís been in the neighborhood for about a hundred years, even thoughh it opened in June 2012. Small, cozy, comfortable, the kind of place you could easily make your local. Itís got very tasty BBQ with creative side dishes. Two 3 Stars beers on draft when we were there, plus Palm and a Boulder IPA. We chose cans of Narraganset, which I canít remember seeing in DC before. Very friendly and helpful staff right next door to Meridian Pint, so donít leave the area til you try this place.