Dark rich paint and modern art pieces cover the wall. Two large, hand-carved tiki men tower in the corners. Four couches and seven loveseats line the walls. The back wall, behind the counter, is lined with 30 hookahs and spare hoses.
This is a stark contrast from the antique shop that used to occupy 5 W. Second St. in Downtown Washington. The space has been transformed into a modern, sleek hookah lounge, Soguk Hookah Lounge (pronounced sook).
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