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14th Street NW nightclub Black Cat is seeking to build a third floor and an additional bar, according to a liquor license notice posted today. The club has applied for a change to its liquor license and a public hearing has been scheduled for Sept. 30.
The notice says Black Cat has applied “to make some modification to the building including the addition of the 3rd floor for extra dressing room and storage space. The changes will include 1500 square foot room with a bar. In addition, increase the total load by 149.”
From the notice alone, it’s not clear if the third floor will include the new bar or if the bar will be added to existing space. According to Black Cat staff, club owner Dante Ferrando is out of town; he could not be reached by phone today. I’ll update with details when I have them.
In the meantime, read the notice after the jump.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULATION ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Posting Date: August 2, 2013 Petition Date: September 16, 2013 Hearing Date: September 30, 2013
License No.: ABRA-060476 Licensee: Circle Productions, Inc. Trade Name: Black Cat License Class: Retailer’s Class “C” Multi-Purpose Address: 1811 14th St. NW Contact: Dante Ferrando
WARD 1 ANC 1B SMD 1B12
Notice is hereby given that this licensee has applied for a substantial change to its license under the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Act and that the objectors are entitled to be heard before the granting of such on the hearing date at 10:00 am, 4th Floor, 2000 14th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20009. Petition and/or request to appear before the Board must be filed on or before the petition date.
Applicant requests to make some modification to the building including the addition of the 3rd floor for extra dressing room and storage space. The changes will include 1500 square foot room with a bar. In addition, increase the total load by 149.
CURRENT HOURS OF OPERATION AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SALES/SERVICE/CONSUMPTION Sunday through Thursday 10 am – 2 am and Friday & Saturday 10 am – 3 am
Image courtesy Black Cat