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UPDATED: New Pub Coming to Clarendon Where Bracket Room Used to Be

The Brass Rabbit Pub is coming soon to the former site of Bracket Room (staff photo by Jay Westcott)

(Updated at 1:40 p.m.) A new bar is coming to Clarendon, moving into the space formerly occupied by the Bracket Room.

Brass Rabbit Public House is coming to 1210 N. Garfield Street. At this point, little information is known about an opening date or specifics. It appears their Facebook page and Instagram were just created late last week, providing few details.

The pub is from Reese Gardner, who also owns Copperwood Tavern in Shirlington, Quinn’s on Corner in Rosslyn, Dudley’s Sport and Ale in Shirlington and The Pinemoor in Clarendon.

The restaurant’s website does say that the restaurant will serve “elevated pub fare with a healthy twist.” This includes “unique salads and lettuce wrap creations.” For those that don’t want to stick to rabbit food, there will also be burgers, wings, and sandwiches.

“To keep the place hoppin’,” as the website notes, there will also be 14 beers on draft, craft cocktails, house-infused cocktails, and an extensive wine list.

It will also have brunch, happy hour, and NFL and NHL game packages on the TVs.

The Bracket Room closed earlier this year after about seven and half years in Clarendon. It first opened in September 2013, saying it was offering a higher-end, “female-friendly” experience. It was co-founded by Chris Bukowski of “The Bachelorette” fame.

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