The DCist describes, “An expansive marble-topped bar, which faces the 95-seat restaurant, has a second patio-side counter for outdoor accessibility. Pedestrians who might just be strolling by can order Laotian beer and craft cocktails featuring banana, lemongrass, or chili-infused syrups without having to come inside.”
The thermally broken aluminum windows enhance the versatility of the space as they can be used as a pass-through to serve food and drinks to the patio and also provide additional bar seating.
The units are finished in a black powder coat with matching hardware and no sill. On the left is a double unit measuring 159″ wide and 61″ high. On the right, a single unit measures 63″ wide by 61″ high.
Laos in Town is recognized in the Michelin Guide and was named one of the 12 best patios for lunch in D.C. by Washingtonian Magazine.