Fight Club Washington DC

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Beuchert’s Saloon’s irreverent sandwich pop-up graduated to permanent Capitol Hill digs in May, and the bar program went live in late June. The star of the show is boozy punches on draft (poured by the glass or pitcher), joined by “shaken and stirred ” cocktails like the “Gin and Juiced” built with Snoop Dogg’s Indigo strawberry gin. A “three-round” Fight Club happy hour includes $7 beer-and-shot combos, free industry pours, and $2 off beers (weekdays from noon to 2 p.m.; 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.; and 11 p.m. to midnight). Tiki lanterns, a DJ booth, a Street Fighter arcade game, and a pop art image of Danny Devito decorate the 60-seat party pad. Capitol Hill’s Fight Club just pressed play on its bar program. 

Fight Club strives to create thoughtful craft sandwiches in a fresh new way. They source ingredients from local producers. At their core, we will strive to make all our creations in-house to ensure they are up to our standards. Fight Club is their take on, and their love of, sandwiches. They make them dope as fuck, and their insanity only limits them. Fight Club became a popular sandwich shop within a restaurant during the pandemic’s beginning when it opened at Beuchert’s Saloon, just five doors from its new location in the former Hank’s on the Hill restaurant space. 

Owners Andrew Markert, Bart Hutchins, and Mackenzie Conway started the Fight Club concept to use the Beuchert’s Saloon space after it temporarily closed during the early days of the pandemic. Its over-the-top take on sandwiches drew an immediate following. “The love we received from the Capitol Hill community was incredible.” “There were folks who would purchase sandwiches numerous times a week simply to see us triumph at a really dangerous time,” Hutchins explained. “It’s poetic that our permanent home will stay on the Hill.” It’s our way of expressing thank you to the community.” The new Fight Club has murals from a local artist, a DJ booth for weekend brunches, and decor that includes a pop-art portrait of Danny DeVito and a gnome flipping the middle finger. Fight Club is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with expanded hours and weekend brunch.

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