Proposed concert venue will be at 3401 Water St. NW.
Gypsy Sally’s Acoustic Tavern (3401 Water St., NW) signed a voluntary agreement with the Georgetown Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) Monday night to allow the proposed music venue to sell alcohol. The venue, which will be located above the pending Malmaison restaurant, would have capacity for nearly 300 people. In October, one of the owners told the ANC Gypsy Sally's would offer Americana music —coustic rock, blues, country, folk and blue grass— at night, and they are considering programs for children and families during the day. In addition to serving alcohol, it would offer light meals like charcuterie boards and flat breads. The owner likened the concept to The City Winery in NYC.
The venue would offer food, alcohol and live music at 3401 Water St. NW.
A proposed new dining and entertainment venue, Gypsy Sally’s Acoustic Tavern, hopes to bring a nearly 300-person live music hall to Georgetown's K/Water Street, above the future Malmaison. It would feature mostly Americana music at night and may also offer programs for children and families during the day. Gypsy Sally's would offer a variety of acoustic rock, blues, country, folk and blue grass, as well as musician workshops for guitar, mandolin and banjo, among others. The plan is to have seating for nearly three fourths of the approximately 300-person capacity and standing room for the remaining 60 or so patrons. David Ensor, one of the principals and a resident of the Kent neighborhood in Northwest D.C., said while many music venues are…