ChurchKey

Row 1

Details
1337 14th St NW (at Rhode Island Ave NW)
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 567-2576
Gastropub, Bar, Beer Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 4:00 PM–1:00 AM Fri: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat: Noon–2:00 AM Sun: Noon–1:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Pick one of 555 (!!) - 500 bottled beers, 50 taps, and 5 cask-conditioned ales booze choices Holy Bar. #thrillist
  • Go to Church Key early and enjoy before it gets so packed you can't stand without someone in a polo knocking you over.
  • Mac and cheese sticks are: cooled overnight, cut info 3-1/4-inch-by-1-inch bricks, coated with garlic-infused panko bread crumbs, fired and served with a sweet tomato relish.
  • The Fig & Prosciutto Flatbread is six slices of heaven.
  • Great food paired with a fantastic, extensive beer selection. Tide over your wait downstairs by going up to ChurchKey's beer bar.
  • Cask Ale... Do you really need any other reason?!
  • make sure to check the size of a "glass" of beer.. varies from 8-16 oz
  • The seating situation is a complete clusterfuck. If you're lucky enough to drink your beer sitting down, guard that seat with all your life.
  • Don't ask for the wine menu. This is a beer bar.
  • Not counting your calories? An order of Mac & Cheese Sticks = Heaven.
  • If Ola Dubh is on tap, get it. I prefer 40 to 30 to 18.
  • Sometimes people lose shoes in these bathrooms...
  • Its new Sunday Tailgate Menu with homemade soft pretzels, brisket chili on cornbread &, best of all, the Luther sandwich, which is perhaps the greatest culinary invention ever. See you Sunday 12-8PM.
  • Poutine is always your friend.
  • nahem at the bar is your friend. good man there.
  • Fig, Gorgonzola, and grilled onions on pizza are a must.
  • Thank everyone that works here for making awesome beer happen
  • An upstairs/downstairs, beer-focused restaurant and gastropub. At Birch & Barley, order the cavatelli and flounder tartare; at Church Key, Tater Tots and charcuterie.
  • Elysian from Seattle on tap! Impressive.
  • Staff are incredibly friendly!