Estadio, one of the earliest culinary draws to the now-booming Logan Circle neighborhood, will soon shut its doors after a 13-year run.
Estadio will host its final dinner service on Saturday, February 18.
Founded in 2010 by Max’s father, Mark Kuller, Estadio spent the last 13 years on a number of “best restaurant” lists. The contemporary Spanish restaurant—adorned with steel, wood, and marble—was known for its vast wine offerings, alcoholic slushitos, and tapas with a twist, making it a hotspot location in Logan Circle.
However, Max Kuller told Washingtonian that Estadio never fully bounced back to its pre-pandemic number of customers, further complicated by “the shifting demographic of the block and also the shift in dining culture.”
Kuller owns a second Estadio location in Charleston, South Carolina, which will remain in business.
It isn’t known what will take over the Estadio’s highly sought after restaurant space at this time.