Wednesday, April 21, 2010

check out Neighborhood Nights at 1905 in Shaw

See this message from Tony Lucca, owner and general manager of 1905 in Shaw at 1905 9th St NW, 2nd floor:

"Neighborhood Nights at 1905" are every Tuesday and Wednesday, and they are aimed at giving our neighborhood an option for something to do early in the week, without breaking the bank. "Taco Tuesdays" feature $3 lamb tacos and $6 taco/Sol beer combos. "Burger Wednesdays" offer half price burgers.

2. We are starting a new happy hour today: $3 select beers, $4 rail drinks, and $3 baskets of homemade salt and vinegar chips (chips available at the bar only). Happy hour is every day from 5:30 to 7:30.

3. Every day during happy hour, if you show an ID with a 20001 zip code, you get an additional 10% off. Just another way to say thank you to our neighborhood.

4. Live jazz every Thursday at 9PM. Four rotating bands throughout the month. No cover.

5. We just launched our brand new Spring food, beer, wine, and cocktail menus, with great seasonal specialties.

6. Follow us on Twitter @1905Restaurant or find us on Facebook - 1905 Restaurant.


Tony Lucca
Owner & General
Facebook: 1905 Restaurant


Scott Roberts of Bloomingdale said...

So who has been to 1905? Worth patronizing ?

bamoll said...

Yes, absolutely... great place. I've been to Taco Tuesdays and Burger Wednesdays, both are great deals and I would recommend making the short walk over to 9th St.

ConsummateAries of LeDroit said...

Amazing local neighborhood gem. Amazing. The menu is creative and high quality. Though I hope you like Brie comes with just about everything. Then again, who doesn't like Brie? You got to try their brunch--they might have one of the best French toasts in DC.

Carl in Ledroit said...

I went there once when it first opened and found the place to look awesome, but the food was horrible and very expensive. A Croque Monsieur (basically a cheese and ham sandwich, grilled) was about $12 and that was one of the cheapest things on the menu.

Honestly, in my opinion, the place looks cool, but don't go for quality food and only go if you are getting cheap happy hour specials. I went back once more since my first visit, and the same, very bad food, very high prices, bad service, but cool chandeliers hanging and cool paint on th walls. It is a shame since it is slo close and could be more Price/quality/neighborly friendly.

Contrast it completely with the Dickson wine place that just opened at 9th and U. Better prices,better food, better service...just not so much space, however.

Again, my opines only, others may love it.