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DGS Delicatessen Owners Are Opening A Casual Bar on H Street - Source Washingtonian

Posted on Dec 08,2016
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Hill Prince is located in a 100-year-old row house. Photo by Morgan West.

Source Washingtonian

By Jessica Sidman

WASHINGTON, DC. - They’ve opened a Jewish deli (DGS Delicatessen), a raw bar and seafood restaurant (Whaley’s), and a hummus shop (Little Sesame). Now cousins Nick and David Wiseman just want a neighborhood bar.

Along with their friend and contractor Josh Battino, they’ll open Hill Prince at 1337 H St., NE early next year.

“It’s everyone’s dream,” Nick Wiseman says. “Who doesn’t want their own bar?”

Located in a 100-year-old row house, Hill Prince has a similar layout to Maketto with a courtyard and converted stable in the back. A front bar, focused more on cocktails, will open in January. The larger back bar with garage doors opening up to the courtyard will come later in the spring. The owners have stripped down the building to its exposed brick and restored the heart pine floors. They’ll outfit it with leather furniture and brass finishes.

Source Washingtonian



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