The new reality in the National Harbor area, where Trump is currently in the middle of a visit, is the Trump National Harbor Restaurant & Wine Bar.
The restaurant, which has been in operation since its inception in 2009, has attracted some big names, including Beyonce, Drake, and Ariana Grande, and has received accolades from the New York Times, CBS, and USA Today.
The chain has had some problems with customers over the years, including a recent incident in which a man in his 20s was attacked while at a bar in the hotel’s lobby.
This was in 2016, and the restaurant has since reopened.
Now, the chain is looking to expand, with the goal of opening a location in a new building in the future.
The new national hotel, which will open in 2019, will have the capacity to house 1,200 people, and its staff will be in the mix to serve guests.
“I can’t wait to be able to serve more guests, and we’re confident that we’ll be able do that,” executive chef Eric Klenk said.
Klenky’s new restaurant, called the National Hotel & Resort Hotel & Spa, will be located at the intersection of the National Mall and the Old Post Office Building.
Krenk said the National is looking for “local, local people who love to cook and are excited about the opportunity to be a part of our team and to be here,” which means “working with some great chefs who are here to share their experiences, and I think that’s a very positive aspect.”
The new hotel will include an indoor and outdoor pool, spa, restaurant, and a bar, which could make for some tasty cocktails.
The National has also opened a boutique hotel in Washington, D.C., the New Republic.
The hotel is currently owned by a group of local residents who are working to make the area a better place to live.
The group is looking into expanding the hotel to a new location, and plans to have an open house for the public on the new hotel in 2019.
The New Republic is located at 439 13th St., NW, and is open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., and is the oldest continuously operating independent newspaper in the country.
For more on Trump’s upcoming visits, read the full story on Axios.