Modern-American restaurant City Tap House is slated to open a second D.C. location on Monday at 1250 Connecticut Ave. NW.
The 180-seat gastropub includes orange leather accents, wood paneling and a 360-degree bar, according to a news release. New menu additions include grilled ahi tuna with shrimp and avocado ceviche and pumpkin burrata bruschetta. The beer menu features 40 draft lines and more than 30 bottled and canned choices.
A weekday happy hour offers guests $4 canned craft beers and $6 small-plates like elote corn dip, Israeli hummus and pulled pork sliders. A smaller late-night menu will be offered weekends from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
“We’re hoping to see guests come in for a variety of occasions, whether that means a lunch meeting, date night, drinks with friends, or catching a game,” Jon Ball, managing partner of Table 95 Hospitality, said in a news release.
The new City Tap House will add a weekend brunch starting Oct. 14 and lunch later on in the year.
The Connecticut Avenue location is the chain’s fifth; its other D.C. restaurant is at 901 9th St. NW in Penn Quarter.