Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Special ANC1A meeting Wednesday on Morgan's Seafood

Just saw this on the listserve, ANC1A is hosting a meeting on the cooperative agreement for Morgan's Seafood at the corner of Georgia and Kenyon. A cooperative agreement is where the ANC and a business agree on what terms to sell liquor, like hours, days, what to sell, and so forth. Morgan's Seafood is applying for a liquor license, but first the ANC has to ok it.

I was just at Morgan's on Sunday, and the owner Romeo, who is a real character, made some fantastic steamed crabs. It's not the most picturesque spot, but they do have some good stuff. I've heard he has been hit hard by seafood prices after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

The meeting is tonight at 7 pm at the Emergence Community Arts Collective, 733 Euclid Street NW. Morgan's Seafood.

7 comments:

Shawn said...

I support being able to buy drinks from Romeo with my fish sandwiches!

Anonymous said...

The Special ANC Meeting has been cancelled. However, a meeting will take place at Morgan's same time.

William

Andrew said...

Thanks. Open to the public?

Anonymous said...

Yes, the meeting is actually for the public. One of the original purposes of the meeting was to get public input. BTW, all official ANC meetings are open to the public, except of executive sessions to deal with personnel related matters.

William

Take5 said...

I'd eat there if it wasn't rat central station. Isn't this a take out restaurant? Georgia Avenue has plenty of take out liquor already

Andrew said...

I believe there are a couple of tables.

Anonymous said...

I just wished they invested in a nice paintjob and a little makeover. It's amazing what the right aesthatics can get you: more clientele and a new liquor license.