WASHINGTON -- The Daily Grill's downtown location at 18th and M streets NW recently underwent a major $250,000 renovation, which recrafted the bar and added communal tables and new booths, complete with a lighting scheme that aims to create more of a "social and intimate vibe."
According to a media advisory:
The redesign includes an expansion of the drink menu including ten new taps, a $4 handle, premium martinis, and wine specials. New draft selections include: Schlafly Pilsner from Missouri, Brooklyn Oktoberfest from New York, Maryland-made Flying Dog Old Scratch Amber, Shipyard Pumpkinhead Ale from Maine, Dogfish Head Midas Touch from Delaware and Kelly's Irish Cider from Florida.
The updated bar menu features $3-5 happy hour specials with new items including:
Crab Cake BLT
Chicken Sausage & Arugula Lavash
Crispy Naked Wings
Parmesan Truffle Frites
The Daily Grill hosted a party on Wednesday night to celebrate the refurbished space. Click through the photos below to take a peek.
Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ayman Hakki, Executive Chef Phil Kastel and K Street Magazine's Kate Michael
The new bar
Daily Grill Area Director Seth Merin and Daily Grill Executive Chef Phil Kastel
One of the Daily Grill's new happy hour items, the Pub Burger.
Amy Downing, Daily Grill Area Director Seth Merin, Daily Grill Executive Chef Phil Kastel, and ABC 7's Jummy Olabanji.
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