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Quench Officially Opens at Old Beale Street Grill Location

The bar and restaurant will deliver an exotic food and drink menu, according to a press release.

 

Readers still mourning the closing of Beale Street Grill should take note -- has officially taken up residence in its old location, and promises to deliver a unique experience of its own.

Quench celebrated its grand opening on May 22 in Traville Village Center, located at 9712 Traville Gateway Drive in Rockville.

"We're really excited to bring Quench to Rockville,” said owner , who grew up just miles from Quench’s location.

“We have an amazing team that we lured out to the suburbs from their D.C. restaurants," he said. "As a result, we have a bar, kitchen and wait staff full of amazingly talented professionals, with outstanding resumes. Our goal is to bring a taste of LA, San Francisco or NY to Rockville."

Executive Chef Richard "Richie" Gunter has worked in some of the D.C. area’s finest kitchens, including Buck’s Fishing & Camping, Charlie Palmer Steak, and Alexandria’s Restaurant Eve, according to the release.

Sous Chef Evan Griffin has spent the past seven years working at Firefly, Buck’s Fishing and Camping, Black’s Bar and Kitchen, as well as notable restaurants in Seattle, according to the release.

Mixologists Matt Allred, of Bourbon Steak, and Steve Oshana, of Elisir, have devised a drink menu of cocktails like the Honey Badger, made with pepper-infused tequila, ginger beer, lime juice, honey, and a dash of beet juice, as well as seasonal, low calorie and non-alcoholic drinks.

Find Quench online, on Facebook or on Twitter at @QuenchNation.

This information was provided in a Quench press release.

Sean R. Sedam June 01, 2012 at 09:11 PM
Quench has already made a roster move, The Washington Post and Bethesda Magazine are reporting: http://northpotomac.patch.com/articles/report-quench-bar-fires-mixologist-after-one-week
LEAH KORESH June 06, 2012 at 02:59 AM
Was not impressed with Quench at all. Bring back Beale Street Grill! -Neighborhood resident
Chas Hausheer February 23, 2013 at 04:11 PM
I second what Leah posted. Beale Street had great food and had real service and an over all nice feel to it. Our experience with Quench was that is over priced, and had the worst service I've ever encountered in any restaurant in my life. The topper was the food wasn't even that good.
bryan flake March 31, 2014 at 04:32 PM
This looks pretty yummy. I will have to bring my wife down to this restaurant for date night at some point soon. This quench place looks pretty snazzy and upscale. bryanflake1984| <a href='http://www.purologix.com/at-your-office' >http://www.purologix.com/at-your-office</a>

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