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Reed Landry and Fritz Brogan, both owners of The Mason Inn (2408 Wisconsin Ave.), will open a “modern American restaurant” together at 1336 U Street, according to the Washington Business Journal. The two men also co-own Mission Mexican restaurant (1606 20th St.) in Dupont Circle and  the Georgetown nightclub Chinese Disco (3251 Prospect Ave.), formerly known as George. The pair have no plans to close Mason Inn, the paper reports. Last we heard, talks on a possible move from Mason Inn’s current location to 2412 Wisconsin Ave.—the vacant former home of JP’s Lounge—were ongoing.

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From the November 2010 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Gin & Tonic (2408 Wisconsin Ave.) may be fixing to grow up a bit. The bar—a favorite among DC’s preppy party crowd—will soon be renamed and remodeled to become an “upscale tavern and sports bar” featuring live Southern rock music.

Co-owner Mauricio Fraga-Rosenfeld has sold his stake in the bar to a group of four D.C. restaurateurs that includes David Chung of kstreet lounge, a popular nightclub at 13th and K streets, and Reed Landry, co-founder of the private social network Late Night Shots. G&T co-owner Fritz Brogan retained his share of the business.

Brogan says he’s “excited” about the upcoming changes: “After over two years of business, it is time for a facelift to help us remain as Glover Park’s friendly neighborhood bar.”

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