Bars, Breweries Southeast
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Bluejacket was one of the most hotly anticipated openings of 2013, and after numerous delays it finally opened in October, making the Navy Yard neighborhood a bona fide destination for craft beer connoisseurs. ChurchKey's Greg Engert is behind the program of 25 drafts and cask ales, along with brewer Megan Parisi; ChurchKey/Birch & Barley's husband-and-wife team of Kyle Bailey and Tiffany MacIsaac create the food and dessert menus, respectively, at the attached restaurant, the Arsenal. The dishes are mostly upscale twists on comfort food—think deviled eggs with crab and a grilled pork chop with wheatberries and sunchoke purée—and the dining room's rustic warm wood contrasts pleasantly with the stainless steel of the brewery equipment. All the beers come in two sizes—a tasting portion and a full glass—so you can try a few before you commit to anything. The friendly servers are more than happy to walk you through the menu to make sure you're happy with your selection.


Venue name: Bluejacket
Address: 300 Tingey St SE
Washington, DC

Opening hours: 11am–1am Sun–Thu; –2am Fri, Sat
Transport: Navy Yard Metro
Price: Main courses $13–$21

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Elizabeth A

This massive brewery down in the Navy Yard provides amazingly interesting beers that are also well executed. It's worth it to go for the flights, you can taste an array of their beers and decide to commit to something after. Grab a bomber while you're there, they're beautifully labeled and the beer is delicious.