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The midtown restaurant in the MARRS project at 20th and K streets is headed by highly regarded chef Michael Tuohy.
The bar is heavy on bourbon, whiskey and scotch.
Co-owner Michael Hargis did much of the design, with work by local carpenter Steve Tiller and locally sourced —or upcycled — wood from New Helvetia Hardwoods.
In te back of the space, there is a glassed off area where butchery and other work will be done, in clear view of guests.
The bar area at Block.