RedRocks Planning to Open on H Street Prior to Labor Day

25 Jul
Exterior of RedRocks on H Street

Exterior of RedRocks on H Street

After significant permitting and zoning delays with the D.C. Government, RedRocks (1348 H Street, NE) has moved into the final phase of zoning permits and hopes to open prior to Labor Day.  The restaurant has been ready to open for the past several weeks but was held up by the District Government.  Earlier this week, they received good news on the zoning front and should be able to open up all three levels for dinner when they open in the coming weeks.  RedRocks features Italian food and pizzas and has three other locations in Columbia Heights, Old Town Alexandria, and Arlington.

Owner James O’Brien tells us that they are still finalizing the menu for their H Street location but that the dinner menu will look similar to their Arlington menu, which you can view here.  RedRocks will have three levels for dining, including a large outdoor patio on the roof.  At the rooftop bar there will be twenty different beers on tap.  Downstairs there will be a private dining area for parties.  The other RedRocks locations have lunch and brunch as well as dinner service.  O’Brien tells us that the H Street location will definitely have weekend brunch and will likely have lunch during the week.

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