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Dream of Dremo’s Delayed, Not Dead

Many an Arlington resident is longing for the return of Dr. Dremo’s, the character-building, frathouse-like home of beer, abandoned vehicles, and totem poles. Dremo’s closed down two years ago, as its landlord planned some grand new development that never came to fruition thanks to the recession.

Last year we heard that a new Dremo’s was in the works. Apparently, the Clarendon location that was settled on has fallen through, but now investors are looking at another possible location, according to DCist.

Shiny new brasseries are great, but here’s hoping for the return of an old-fashioned, grungy Arlington hangout.

Here’s our favorite comment from the aforementioned DCist story.

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