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Out with Oya, in with Boe: Check Out the Dramatic Transformation

The formerly white interior now has a purple carpet.

Boe is officially opening tomorrow at 777 9th St. NW. Longtime Penn Quarter restaurant Oya closed in September to change over to the new concept. Instead of the old white and marble space, Boe now has a contemporary log cabin vibe complete with a fireplace. The timbered walls and decorative cow skulls, snow shoes, and lanterns contrast with the violet carpeting and dramatic chandeliers.

Oya's Asian-influenced cuisine is out, and "refined American comfort fare" is in according to Boe's website. Expect bourbon glazed duck confit, an adobo fried chicken and maple kimchi donut, and a seared IPA-brined cauliflower steak. Boe is also looking to attract the after work crowd with happy hour Monday through Friday 4-7 p.m. and Monday through Saturday 10 p.m.-12 a.m.

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