An American beer hall 

Franklin Hall is a 5,600 sq ft beer hall located in the historic Manhattan Laundry building at 1348 Florida Ave NW.

Come on over for a liter of local craft beer and a delicious food menu that features sausages and breakfast tacos on the weekends. The walls are lined in 70" televisions for all of your watch party needs.

A new fast-casual sandwich spot featuring house-cured
pastrami from Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley.

 

Ivy City's Newest Addition

Think New Orleans meets Brooklyn. Big Chief is located at 2002 Fenwick St. NE, in the heart of Ivy City.

We stumbled upon an opportunity to acquire this early 1970's Airstream, that we will transform into a really comfortable seating area on the rooftop of Big Chief.

We found a huge subterranean site that no one knows about.

It's time for Georgetown to have a fantastic hangout spot with craft cocktails and beer, savory bites and some deep,
comfortable couches to lounge in. This will be epic!

More details coming soon.

Crystal City's Social Anchor

Highline RXR is Crystal City's newest addition, a fun, cool and comfortable bar and restaurant that serves as Arlington's new social anchor. 7,000 sq. feet, 30+ draft beers, loads of games and an innovative casual American menu, Highline is just what Crystal City has been missing. 

We've partnered with Vornado/Charles E. Smith and sought advice from our neighbors including venture capitalist Paul Singh of 1776 and the Crystal City Business Improvement District to make Highline come to life. Without their help, building the Highline culture wouldn't have been possible. And RxR? Why, Rust and Relaxation of course!

In 6 short months, we transformed 2010 Crystal Drive into a homey, innovative bar and restaurant. Those familiar with the former tenant, Baileys, will hardly recognize the industrial warmth that welcomes them as they walk through the door.

A full length Nana Wall window system turns Highline into Crystal City's front porch. The breeze blowing through on a sunny spring day is a game-changer.

 

Our sources for salvaged wood, cast iron table bases and factory windows give us the raw materials to let the Tin Shop design team go wild. From nationally renowned graffiti artist Kelley Towels to our longstanding team of subcontractors, we are surrounded by competent, experienced bar builders who come together as a team every time.

A friendly neighborhood bar in Shaw.

Tin Shop, along with managing partner Brian Leonard, designed and built Lost & Found,
leading the way to Blagden Alley and South Shaw’s revival.

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13,000 square feet of fun in Penn Quarter

A different take on the word 'fun'

Located just three blocks from the Verizon Center in the heart of Penn Quarter. With three bars, patio seating 30+ draft beers, two stages, and tons of games, it's the place to be on days that end with "y"!

Every day of the week we have different events and activities so you can be entertained while you enjoy a frosty beverage or delicious bite to eat.  If you are looking for a BIG screen to watch the game, we have a 22 foot movie screen, and NINE 10 foot screens to ensure you won’t miss any action. Tired of playing games? We feature live DJ’s during Late Nights at Penn Social (Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays) that keep the dance floor shaking all night long. Penn Social has something for everyone!

We host a wide variety of events from festivals, watch parties, fundraisers, and corporate events alike. It took us 4 months to rebuild this former comedy club and create a fun, social environment offering games, great food and tons of space.

DC artist Billy Colbert is creating an ever-evolving, irreverent masterpiece dedicated do DC's long and wild history. From Marion Barry to George Washington and Bill Clinton, no one escapes unscathed. 

Penn Social boasts full A/V technology to make any event possible.