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More Details on Lincoln Bar + Kitchen, Brixx on Washington's Replacement

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After news emerged of Lincoln Bar + Kitchen replacing Brixx on Washington last week, more details are surfacing about the latest nightlife option opening along the Washington Corridor. In addition to taking over the 5110 Washington Avenue property, a representative sheds some light on the forthcoming concept, which will differ from Brixx.

"We plan to be an upscale/casual neighborhood patio bar with a nightlife option for those wanting to be a part of the lively Washington Ave. scene," shares the representative. Lincoln Bar + Kitchen's interior will be completely transformed with assistance from the Austin-based design firm, Slic Interiors. "[They're] assisting us in designing the establishment to give it a cool new look and vibe," says the bar's spokesperson who's excited to showcase the firm's talent once open.

Lincoln Bar + Kitchen will have a a full bar but unlike its predecessor, the concept will also have a full menu, confirming previous speculations. "We are building out a kitchen that will initially offer a limited menu. We have hired a local Culinary Consultant (Chef) that will be creating our menu. It won't be your ordinary bar food," reveals the representative.

Clearing up speculations that Lincoln Kitchen + Bar is associated with Ashish Seth, proprietor of a number of bars in Austin and Gray's Public House in Houston, the representative shares,  "Ash is a very good friend of ours and is not involved other than moral support."  Lincoln Kitchen + Bar's current owners are partial partners of Proof Bar + Patio in Midtown.

Lincoln Bar + Kitchen is expected to open this spring, joining Little J's Bar, pop-up kitchen turned brick and mortar Bourbon & Bacon and next door neighbor Galway Hooker Irish Pub, all which opened last year on Washington Avenue.

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5110 Washington Ave, , TX 77007 (713) 864-8811 Visit Website

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