You won’t find Mark Kuller these days at the Washington, D.C., law offices of McKee Nelson, where he was a partner until March and now is of counsel.

Kuller spends most of his waking hours across town amid construction rubble at the corner of 8th and G streets Northwest. There, he is building his dream, called Proof — what he hopes will be D.C.’s premier wine-centric restaurant and wine bar.

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