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Pearl Dive Oyster Palace and Black Jack: A Washington DC, USA Bar. Known for American, CARMESH.EUon: 14th St NW, Washington DC, DC Pearl Dive Oyster Palace; Black Jack; TILT; careers; Black Jack, 14th Street NW, Washington DC © Black Restaurant Group, LLC. [R. Lopez, 9/8] Fall's first big restaurant opening is soon at hand as Jeff Black's duo Pearl Dive Oyster Palace and Black Jack near completion on 14th Street. The.
A Sneak Peek Inside Pearl Dive Oyster Palace and Black Jack
There are even screens upstairs, so you can wait at Black Jack's bar or bocce court. The stairway to Black Jack. A trip to Brooklyn inspired this particular design feature, naturally. To your right, Pearl Dive Oyster Palace. Beyond oysters, there's also going to be a menu including things like Vietnamese pickled shrimp, crawfish ravioli, braised pork cheeks and more. They installed portholes into the distressed walls.
Black Jack, Washington DC
To your left, the entrance to Black Jack. To your right, Pearl Dive Oyster Palace. The stairway to Black Jack. Black Jack's raised lounge. A Black Jack sign hangs over the bocce court. The main bar at Pearl Dive Oyster Palace. They installed portholes into the distressed walls.
Pearl Dive Oyster Palace seating. The pre-opening party is tomorrow night, but the restaurants hope to soft-open next week once the liquor license goes through.
Eater took a look around both venues and can officially confirm that they will be very popular, thanks to an indoor bocce court and the solid reputation for seafood that Black has earned from restaurants from BlackSalt to Black's Bar and Kitchen. Though they are connected, Pearl Dive and Black Jack are emphatically two separate restaurants with separate entrances, menus and dramatically different design schemes.
The decision to split the space into two, Black says, is due to his own belief that "food suffers in big restaurants. In the back, there's an oyster bar that seats four and another seat bar looks out on 14th Street passers-by. Beyond oysters, there's also going to be a menu including things like Vietnamese pickled shrimp, crawfish ravioli, braised pork cheeks and more.
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