A new Cuban restaurant is in the works for Adams Morgan.
The forthcoming eatery, called “Barada,” is planned to open at 2309 18th St. NW, according to a liquor license application recently filed with D.C.’s Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration.
The business will be a “full service restaurant that will offer Cuban cuisine,” managing member Eduardo Barada wrote in the application. Barada will also have seats for 124 people inside and 35 people in a summer garden area.
The eatery will occupy the space that formerly held Czars 11, the tapas bar that closed in August.
A representative for Barada was not immediately available to comment on the opening. We’ll update this story if we hear back from them.