Tom Behr, owner of Pazzo's, Village Idiot and The Beer Trappe, is renovating the former Art Bar in Chevy Chase for a planned bar and restaurant. Behr said he hopes that the restaurant will be a "beacon for Chevy Chase." With lots of foot traffic in the area, Behr has high expectations for the restaurant and said he wants it to become "something the locals and embrace."
Tom Behr, owner of Pazzo's, Village Idiot and The Beer Trappe, is renovating the former Art Bar in Chevy Chase for a planned bar and restaurant. Behr said he hopes that the restaurant will be a "beacon for Chevy Chase." With lots of foot traffic in the area, Behr has high expectations for the restaurant and said he wants it to become "something the locals and embrace." Herald-Leader
Tom Behr, owner of Pazzo's, Village Idiot and The Beer Trappe, is renovating the former Art Bar in Chevy Chase for a planned bar and restaurant. Behr said he hopes that the restaurant will be a "beacon for Chevy Chase." With lots of foot traffic in the area, Behr has high expectations for the restaurant and said he wants it to become "something the locals and embrace." Herald-Leader

Beer Trappe owner buys former nightclub space next door, plans restaurant

August 11, 2015 05:49 PM

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