1/28/19 (Washington D.C). In town for work, and glad I stopped in to this haven of craft draft and cask pours. Typical modern bar, service at the bar was great, standard sports on the TV blended with movies or comedy. Food was pricy, wings were not good but burger very good. Many great varieties of beers available including 4-6 cask pours, hard to find in most places. This bar does a great job stocking a variety of brewers and styles, and has dozens of bottles in addition to their extensive draft list. No happy hour specials, most D.C. bars have them, and a bit pricy, but worth it if you are searching unique styles or brewers. Have been back a few times since, everything consistent.
Downstairs from Churchkey, the draft list is identical - the food menu differs. What can be said about the beers at Churchkey, of course, equally applies here. Phenomenal list, with 4 oz pours of everything. The place itself is more elegant and restaurant-feeling than upstairs. Personally, I prefer Churchkey, but this is a pretty awesome place too.
Restuarant downstairs Churchkey. More upcale restuarant look and wibe, brick walls, glass, wood, fancy lamps. Lucky to get at table without reservation a wednesday at 6:15. Share tap's with Churchkey upstairs so same great selection, you can see the pumplines behind the bar. Had 2 different pasta dishes for dinner, both really good. Good service and fine prices. Another place we would had loved to have stayed a lot longer at / revisit.
After many trips upstairs, I have now made a nice brunch here in Nov 2017. My first ever trip downstairs.
The food was really nice, and the draft list was exactly as good as the one upstairs.
I'm sure the bottle list is just as good as well, though I didn't go for any bottles on this particular visit.
Highly recommended if you are looking for more of a restaurant vibe, more light, and otherwise a similar draft list / feel.