An Early Look at the New Town Hall

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

Blown-up version of the same photos that decorated the old Town Hall hang throughout the new one, a metaphor of sorts for the fact that the new space is so much bigger than the old. Photograph by Jeff Martin

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

A map of Washington, DC, creates a focal point behind the bar. Photograph by Jeff Martin

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

Guests seeking a quiet meal can opt to eat in the main dining room, where there are no televisions. There are a total of 13 TVs throughout the venue. Photograph by Jeff Martin

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

Town Hall seats 150 people indoors. When the outdoor spaces open this spring, it will accommodate 250. Photograph by Jeff Martin

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

Overhead lights in the dining room are fashioned from old steel drums. Photograph by Jeff Martin

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

An upstairs bar leads out to the deck. Photograph by Jeff Martin

An Early Look at the New Town Hall
An Early Look at the New Town Hall

Adirondack chairs line the second-floor deck, the perfect spot for mellow sipping come summer. Photograph by Jeff Martin

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