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Yes, The Water Bar Is Real, And It Might Just Be The Beginning Of The Luxury Water Wave In D.C.

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Location: DC-Washington, D.C.

Story Date: 7/1/2019

Publisher: DCist   

Author: Gabe Bullard

Sobriety is on-trend. Today’s tipplers are ditching booze for tea, kombucha, extravagant juices, and mocktails. But for those who want to slake with the original refreshment, there’s Water Bar DC. The menu on the website for the bar in Park View lists more than 40 waters, including brands you might find at the gym (TotalFit, $4), at a duty-free shop (Norwegian Voss and Italian Acqua Panna, $8 each), at a new barbecue restaurant (Topo Chico, $8), or in the mountains of Chile (Andes Mountain Water, $25). And there are infused waters, made using what cofounder Jason Forte calls “proprietary techniques that we utilize to extract all the nutrients from the fruits and vegetables.”

Place Category: Shopping

Story Category: New Places