What Georgetown Bars Might Be Open Late

As the Washington Post reports, 213 venues have applied to the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration to stay open late on Inauguration weekend. Apparently a large number of those are in Ward 2. As reported on this blog, any bar in Georgetown with a voluntary agreement was not able to apply to ABRA to stay open late since neither the ANC nor CAG gave their┬áconsent to amend the VAs. When reporting this, GM was surprised to find out there were any Georgetown bars without a voluntary agreement. Well a review of ABRA records shows that there are lotsof bars in Georgetown without VAs, many of which are the type of place that would apply to stay open late and the type of place that a lot of residents really wish wouldn’t. Full list after the jump:

According to ABRA records, as of December 2008, the following bars in ANC2E do not have VAs:

  • Cafe Bonaparte
  • Don Lobos
  • Georgetown Inn (may include Daily Grill)
  • La Chaumiere
  • Mendocino
  • Mei N Yu
  • Miss Saigon
  • News Cafe
  • Taj of India
  • Tombs(!)
  • Additi
  • Amman Vegetarian Kitchen
  • Arisu
  • Bistro Francais
  • Bistro Lepic
  • Blues Alley (late night jam session perhaps?)
  • Bodega
  • Booeymonger
  • Casbah/Ledo’s Pizza
  • Chez Mama San
  • Riverside Grill(!)
  • Clydes(!)
  • Filomena
  • Harmony Cafe
  • J Pauls
  • La Ruche
  • Mortons
  • Nathan’s
  • Pizzeria Uno
  • The Guards (!!)
  • Sea Catch

As soon as GM gets confirmation on which of these applied to ABRA for the late hours, he’ll let you know as soon as possible.

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