About Events with 1201KStreetF&BTenantLLC @ The Eaton Hotel
Wild DaysEaton DC’s indoor/outdoor rooftop music venue and bar serves up street food from Chef Tim Ma. With panoramic views of the nation’s capital, the music venue houses a robust line-up of A list and emerging live music and DJs, and acts as an intimate evening spot where people can gather amongst firepits and alongside the hotel’s rooftop urban farm. The striking greenhouse-like space features a race-and-gender-themed mosaic mural designed by local DC/Baltimore artist, Zoe Charlton.KintsugiAn all-day craft coffee and wellness-led cafe inspired by European coffee spots where people commune, converse, and collaborate. Translated as “golden joinery,” Kintsugi introduces a new coffee culture to D.C. with an emphasis on new age offerings, including organic, sustainable, and fair trade third-wave coffee from Floyd, VA partner Red Rooster Coffee, and experimental pastries using vegan and gluten-free ingredients. Neighboring the hotel’s in-house radio station, Eaton Radio, Kintsugi guests are able to hang out while listening to Eaton’s music and cultural programming, featuring established and emerging talent. The cafe features a curated selection of periodicals, zines, and products from the hotel’s nostalgic newsstand and retail outpost, Hometown, making Kintsugi a leading coffee/retail/culture hybrid in D.C. Set in a philosophical but fun atmosphere, customized staff uniforms include aprons designed by Tilit, t-shirts done in collaboration with waste-reduction clothing startup, For Days, featuring the phrase “destruction is a form of creation” playing off of the traditional meaning of kintsugi (an ancient Japanese art of transforming broken ceramic pottery into beautifully restored masterpieces). The cafe also serves a full menu of wine and locally-sourced beer, making it a day to night hub for the local community.American SonEaton DC’s featured morning-through-late night restaurant. Helmed by chef Tim Ma, American Son delivers thought-provoking food that epitomizes what modern-day American cuisine genuinely is: a melting pot of immigrant culture. Set in a greenery-filled artistic, yet refined, environment, American Son’s menus present simple yet thoughtful presentations of modern day American comfort food, using ingredients and techniques influenced by Ma’s own immigrant background as a second generation American. The restaurant has a heightened focus on vegetable-forward cuisine and all things local, with seasonal produce sourced from local and long-standing purveyors, including zero-waste farm, Green Circle Chicken, and the Certified Organic and chemical free, Lancaster Farms. American Son will also offer a special late night menu, creating a gritty, familiar “Peach Pit”-inspired after-hours hangout in the Downtown D.C. neighborhood.AllegoryOffers classic cocktails and contemporary renditions. Inspired by timeless salons, its moody hidden location will evoke the romantic tradition of a modern day press club. With a professional sound system, the lounge also welcomes musicians for intimate “unplugged” performances to try out new material or give a special set.