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H Street Restaurants/Bars Team Up to Provide CBC Shuttle

Photo by Flickr user sarahstierch

File this under "good for business, good for customers." A bunch of H Street bars and restaurants are teaming up to provide a free shuttle back and forth along H Street for CBC attendees. Be sure to follow @HStShuttle on Twitter for more information. Also please note that in order to board the shuttle you need to show your CBC badge/credentials. Teddy Folkman of Granville Moore's lets us know what's up via email:

The H Street Restaurants and Bars wanted to ensure that the H Street Corridor was easily accessible to convention goers so that they can experience arguably the best craft beer corridor in DC. To make this so, we have the H Street Shuttle (Capacity 20 people, 2 shuttles), which will be traveling non-stop from 4:00PM – 12:00AM on Tuesday – Friday March 26-29

The shuttle will start at the convention center in the underpass so as not to interfere with the cab stand. It will be covered in beer swag. The path will go from 9th and H Street NW up and down to 14th and H Street NE, stopping at several locations so that over 20 great craft beer destinations are steps away in a safe, sober and free shuttle.

Some of the spots include:

  • Gordon Biersch
  • RFD
  • Capitol City Brewing Company
  • District Chophouse
  • Clyde's
  • Iron Horse Tap Room
  • Matchbox
  • Big Board
  • Boundary Road
  • Liberty Tree
  • Little Miss Whiskey's
  • Atlas Room
  • H & Pizza
  • The Queen Vic
  • The Pug
  • Sticky Rice
  • Granville Moore's
  • Smith Commons
  • H Street Country Club
  • Star and Shamrock
  • Argonaut
  • Rock and Roll Hotel
  • Biergarten Haus

We figured, to make things easier, convention goers can follow one Twitter feed, @HStShuttle to get ALL of the specials/goings on from every one of these places. The account will also provide up to the minute "where is the shuttle" information.

Included in the shuttle are many copies of the "Craft Beer Guide to H Street." It will have contact information as well as logos and a description about all the spots in the corridor.

Hope to see you all in a few weeks.

Good idea, H Street Restaurants!

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