Pursuit Wine Bar: Another Great Reason to Go to the East End of H Street

20 Oct
Downstairs Bar at Pursuit Wine Bar

Downstairs Bar at Pursuit Wine Bar

H Street has a great wine bar?  Most people would answer no to this question.  However, venture east of 14th street, past the many vacant storefronts and you will quickly learn that Pursuit Wine Bar (1421 H Street, NE) opened quietly this summer and is subtly filling an important void in the Atlas District.  For many people, the H Street Corridor ends at 14th street because there are not many establishments east of there besides the Argonaut.  Yet, Pursuit is well worth your time.

Wine Flight at Pursuit Wine Bar

Wine Flight at Pursuit Wine Bar

On any given night, there are well over 40 wines available by the glass as well as beer and cocktails for the non-vino drinkers.  Not sure what you want or want to experiment?  Try their flight of five wines for the very reasonable $15.  The downstairs bar has over a dozen seats and a front table in the window; if the bar is full, checkout upstairs for tables.  Their menu features a cheeseboard and a charcuterie board as well as several salads and a make-your-own grilled cheese menu.

Cheeseboard at Pursuit Wine Bar

Cheeseboard at Pursuit Wine Bar

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2 Responses to “Pursuit Wine Bar: Another Great Reason to Go to the East End of H Street”

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  2. Pursuit Wine Bar Debuts Pasta | District Cuisine - November 10, 2014

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