A bar in the Washington DC area has been damaged by a leak from the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (TS/SCIF).
The bar was set to open at 8:00am on Monday but had to be shut down at 1:00pm after the leak, according to the Washington Post.
The bar in question is owned by the bar and restaurant chain BarFly which is based in Alexandria, Virginia.
The bar owner has yet to identify who was responsible for the leak and has not yet released a statement.
The Washington Post said that the bar is located in the Dupont Circle area, which is a neighborhood where a number of bars and restaurants are located.
The restaurant has posted on Twitter that it has shut down the bar for repairs and is working to make repairs.
The BarFly website states that the establishment is owned and operated by a group of independent entrepreneurs who work out of their garage.
The company was founded in 2013 and it has an extensive bar program, which includes both local and regional bars.
It was one of the first bars in the United States to open its doors to the public in 2019.