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11th Street's 24-Hour Restaurant Opens Tonight
Courtesy The Coupe’s Facebook page.
DC is not a city known for establishments that are open round-the-clock serving food and drinks. But a new place on 11th Street could change that.
The Coupe, situated at 11th and Monroe Streets NW (map) will officially open at 5pm on Wednesday (and presumably not close again). The bar/restaurant/coffee house from the owner of Tryst, The Diner and Open City, had soft openings over the past few weeks, but starting today, it will be open around the clock. The Coupe will have separate areas for the bar, the restaurant and the coffee shop, and serve a comfort food menu that includes breakfast all day, much like The Diner. It is located on the ground floor of 1020 Monroe, a four-story, 28-unit condo project that sold out earlier this year.
It will be interesting to see how The Coupe, which has been crowded during its soft opening hours, works as a 24-hour operation. The Hamilton, a large restaurant from the Clyde’s group at 14th and F Street NW, opened last December with a 24/7 schedule, but ratcheted back their hours earlier this year, citing that it was too much for their staff.
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