List of DC Spots That Have Closed During Pandemic

This list is now being updated here

[Last updated 10/30/20[

Booze-serving spots in the District only (so don’t @ me with a coffee shop or a random Subway)

  1. Post Pub (1974/1976)
  2. The Meeting Place (1970s)
  3. Otello (1985)
  4. The Oval Room (1994; new concept from same owners coming)
  5. Eighteenth Street Lounge (1995)
  6. Capitol Lounge (current owner says 1994, but I think it’s 1996)
  7. Fado (1998)*
  8. Twins Jazz (1987/last location 2000)
  9. Montmartre (2001)
  10. Lucky Strike (2005)
  11. Billy Goat Tavern (2005)
  12. The Source (2007)
  13. Cafe Soleil (2008)
  14. Wisdom (2008)
  15. The Gibson (2008)
  16. Seventh Hill Pizza (2009)
  17. Ziegfield’s/Secrets (1980; last location 2009)
  18. Molly Malone’s/Finn McCool’s (2009)
  19. U Street Music Hall (2010)
  20. Acqua al 2 (2010)
  21. Kitty O’Shea’s (2011)
  22. El Centro D.F. 14th (2011)
  23. Burger Tap & Shake (2011)
  24. Codmother (2011)
  25. Harold Black (2012)
  26. Bistro Bohem (2012)
  27. Maddy’s Tap Room (2012)
  28. A&D Bar (2012)
  29. Matchbox 14th (2012)
  30. Cusbah (2012)
  31. Ghibellina (2013)
  32. Red Rocks H Street (2013)
  33. B Too (2013)
  34. Rebellion (2014)
  35. Coppi’s Organic (early 90s/last location 2014)
  36. Texas de Brazil (2015)
  37. Momofuku/Milk Bar (2015)
  38. Sotto (2015)
  39. Campono (2015)
  40. The Airedale (2015)
  41. DC Eagle (1971; last location 2015)*
  42. Big Chief (2016)
  43. Bareburger Dupont (2016)
  44. Sundevich Georgetown (2016)
  45. Nocturne (2017)
  46. Johnny’s Half Shell (1999; last location 2017)
  47. America Eats Tavern (2018)
  48. A Rake’s Progress (2018)
  49. Taco Bamba Chinatown (2018)
  50. Poca Madre (2018)
  51. Taqueria Local (2018)
  52. Po Boy Jim’s on 9th/Shaw (2018)
  53. Olivia (2019)
  54. Phillips Seafood and Steak (2019)
  55. Pom Pom (2019)
  56. Roy Boys Navy Yard (2019)

 

2 thoughts on “List of DC Spots That Have Closed During Pandemic

  1. JOHN

    My friends and I have been regulars at the Post Pub for the last 20 years, we’ll miss her dearly,…

    Reply
  2. Pingback: DC Restaurants and Bars That Will Be Closed For the Winter or Longer | Barred in DC

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