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Bonchon Will Open Monday in Navy Yard, Just in Time for Baseball Season

Wings, beer and televisions.

Rendering: Grizform
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Bonchon's D.C. location will open its doors Monday in Navy Yard, ready to cater to Nats fans headed to the stadium in the same neighborhood. This is the first D.C. location of the popular chain.

Bonchon's Tom An says they'll hold a soft opening event this weekend and officially open doors for lunch and dinner Monday. Expect the chain's addictive Korean chicken wings, plus special menu items like bulgogi sliders and  japche, a Korean vermicelli dish.

The restaurant, designed by Grizform, has seating for 150, with room for 90 around the bar alone. There will be televisions for game watching, plus 16 beers on tap, including local and regional varieties such as Port City and Hardywood. They'll keep the kitchen open later on game nights as a gesture towards fans, and plan to offer discounted dishes and drinks for happy hour.

Bonchon Navy Yard (Photo: Facebook)