A ‘Thriving’ Hair Salon in DC  Plans to Open a Bar Inside its Location

The bar inside the salon is expected to host events such as comedy shows and dance performances
Thrive Hair Bar applied for a liquor license application to open a tavern at its 528 H St NE location. Photo Credit: Thrive Hair Bar’s Instagram page.
Thrive Hair Bar applied for a liquor license application to open a tavern at its 528 H St NE location. Photo Credit: Thrive Hair Bar’s Instagram page.

Thrive Hair Bar applied for a liquor license application to open a tavern at its 528 H St NE location.

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The bar inside the salon is expected to host events such as comedy shows, dance performances, and haircare classes. It could seat up to 80 guests. 

While the hair salon is already open for customers, an opening date for the bar is yet to be announced. 

Thrive Hair Bar, which has an Arlington location at 1010 N Glebe Rd Ste 100, is a natural hair salon concept owned and operated by Ajia Minnis, who encourages people to embrace their natural hair in “all of its textures.”

She wants her guests to know that, despite what they were told by the people around them, their hair is “manageable, beautiful, and worthy of a luxurious experience.”  

Fatma Khaled

Fatma Khaled

A culture enthusiast and a nature lover with a passion for visual storytelling, Fatma Khaled is a freelance writer who previously produced content with a focus on retail, tech, stock markets, and international business, among other topics. When she is not writing, Fatma can be found spending hours at a local bookshop in search of her next inspiring read or sipping expensive, but heavenly, coffee.
Fatma Khaled

Fatma Khaled

A culture enthusiast and a nature lover with a passion for visual storytelling, Fatma Khaled is a freelance writer who previously produced content with a focus on retail, tech, stock markets, and international business, among other topics. When she is not writing, Fatma can be found spending hours at a local bookshop in search of her next inspiring read or sipping expensive, but heavenly, coffee.
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