Friday, September 24, 2010

Rustik Tavern opening tonight

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Rustik Tavern
• A bloomingdale Neighborhood Tavern •

September 23rd, 2010
We are opening at last!
You asked for it, you got it.

We are opening at last!


Starting Friday, September 24th, at 9:00pm, Rustik Tavern will be open to the public.
This is a soft opening, therefore we apologize for any delays in service that you may encounter or random mishaps that may (and will) take place.

We also want to thank you in advance for helping us work out all the kinks, so we hope you will point out them out to us.

We are very excited to be here, and we look forward to meeting you and serving Bloomingdale.

So for crying out loud, come on in, have a beer (or a glass of wine) and have a good time!

Cheers,
Rustik Tavern
www.rustikdc.com
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6 comments:

  1. the city paper listed their beer menu:

    Flying Dog Raging Bitch IPA
    Stone Arrogant Bastard
    Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold
    North Coast Old Rasputin Russian Stout
    North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner
    Dos Equis Lager
    Yuengling
    Peroni
    Newcastle
    Amstel Light

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  2. They make their own mozzarella.

    mmm.

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  3. Congrats Guys! Hope you have a great first day!

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  4. Flagler Place NW Resident

    Looking forward to another successful business opening up in the neighborhood. Bravo!

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  5. what will their hours be? how about on saturday?

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  6. The place is awesome. Need to work out some kinks with the server and fill in more tables or bar stools, or something to make better use of the space. The food is perfect. I suggest bar stools not bar chairs to get more along the beautiful bar. And more tables along the benches to slide out to get seated and then back in. Several small, successful restaurants use this approach. Look at Etete and Coppi's.

    This place is so awesome. Great place to watch the game, hang out with neighbors, and have some awesome pizza.

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