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July ANC 6C ABL Committee Meeting

The ANC 6C Alcohol Beverage and Licensing Committee will meet tonight (July 5th) at 7pm in the Banquet Room at the District Chophouse (509 7th Street NW).

The agenda includes a discussion and vote on the liquor license application for TEL’VEH – the new wine bar coming to 401 Massachusetts Ave NW. The meeting will also discuss violations of the voluntary agreement of Chinatown Market (519 H St NW).

TEL’VEH

Posting Date: June 17, 2011
Petition Date: August 1, 2011
Hearing Date: August15, 2011
License No.: ABRA-87302
Licensee: FILO 401, INC.
Trade Name: TEL’VEH
License Class: Retail Class C Tavern
Address: 401 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Contact: Latif Guler: 202-468-6931/ Omer Baskapan: 202-415-4004

WARD 6 ANC 6C SMD 6C01
Notice is hereby given that this applicant has applied for a license under the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Act and that the objectors who are entitled to be heard before the granting of such license on the hearing date at 10:00 am, 2000 14th Street, NW, 4th Floor, Washington, DC 20009. Petitions and/or requests to appear before the Board must be filed on or before the Petition Date.

NATURE OF OPERATION
New Tavern. European Café with wine bar. Breakfast and lunch with bakery. Small plates during dinner and wine bar, no dancing. Seating capacity is 75. Summer Garden capacity is 40. Total Occupancy Load is 115.

HOURS OF OPERATION
Sunday through Thursday: 7 am – 2 am, Friday and Saturday: 7 am – 3 am.

HOURS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SALES, SERVICE AND CONSUMPTION
Sunday: 10 am – 2 am, Monday through Thursday: 8 am – 2 am, Friday and
Saturday: 8 am – 3 am

SUMMER GARDEN OPERATING HOURS
Sunday through Thursday: 7 am – 2 am, Friday and Saturday: 7 am – 3 am

SUMMER GARDEN HOURS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SALES, SERVICE AND
CONSUMPTION
Sunday: 10 am – 2 am, Monday through Thursday: 8 am -2 am, Friday and
Saturday: 8 am – 3 am

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    Mike Anderson says

    Chinatown Market attracts and caters to a crowd of people (vagrants, alcoholics and the like) who bring crime (panhandling, loitering, public drinking, blocking the sidewalk, et cetera) to our neighborhood. I encourage everyone who is concerned with these issues to attend tonight’s meeting and to share their concerns with the Committee. Chinatown Market’s ABL comes up for renewal this fall.