The little house on the angular 10,000-sq.-ft. lot along Patterson St. (wedged between Nett St. and the railroad tracks that run along scattered segments of Allen St.) is looking more like a bar these days, now that a tentacled tree logo has been applied to the side of the building. That logo doesn’t match the name originally picked for the spot on its TABC application — Mission Athletic Club and Drinkery — but a few other aspects of the plan have likely changed since 2015 as well, given the handful of revisions to the house-to-bar conversion plans on file with the city (the most recent of which dates to January).
Some digging around has been going on in the property’s yard of late:
- Previously on Swamplot: A Mission Athletic Club and Drinkery Wants To Stretch Out and Serve Drinks in and Around This Nett St. Bungalow
Photos: Connor Rivard
Snore. Another Washington bar that will close in a year. Why bother.