Lost & Found: Adding A Neighborhood Feel to the 9th Street Corridor

 

The development of the 9th street corridor in NW Washington, DC is arguably the most exciting transformation in the city since the redevelopment of the H Street corridor and the SW waterfront. Home to new condominium buildings and hotels such as the Cambria Suites, the 9th street corridor is building an array of attractions for residents and tourist. Its newest tenant, Lost and Found, located at 1240 9th St NW is filling a long time void of a hang out space that allows patrons just to come in to relax, socialize, and have a drink without being in a nightclub setting. The rustic venue, which has a reminiscent feel of ‘Cheers’, derives its name from the “lost” and now “found” pieces that fill up the space such as old license plates, original stadium seats from RFK stadium, and old vinyl records. Although the venue does not have a kitchen, therefore doesn’t serve food, its array of beer selections and available “snacks”, such as Goldfish and Oreos is a nice touch to the relaxed theme of the venue. If patrons need food, they have great choices in the surrounding neighborhood such as Rogue, Table, and Thally. The venue, which features a unique décor and beautiful exposed brick walls, features three separate rooms with two bars and a patio in the rear alley. The venue is also looking to launch unique and fun themed nights such as B.Y.O.V night (Bring Your Own Vinyl) that will allow patrons to bring their own vinyl records to play at the venue. This unique touch, and thinking outside the box, is how Lost and Found is sure to carve out its mark within the city. Head over to Lost and Found, ask for Brian, and tell him that The Sophistocrats sent you. Cheers Sophistocrats!

 

 

 

 

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