I have to admit, I was part of a group that had basically reserved the main floor and basement and also spilled out onto the front patio to hold the ~200 of us for our get together. The heavy hors d'oeuvres that were provided for us by the bar were very tasty, filling, and ample. The alcohol prices were very high, double the standards for a draw of premium beer from where I live for bar prices ($8 for a pint draw of Guinness, really?) and even higher for a shot of the call whiskeys, but I guess in line for D.C. from what I've been told. Great atmosphere in a very charming and architecturally intriguing building, the gas fire pit on the patio made for a comfortable mid-February evening get together outside.
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