Partner, Long Shot Hospitality
Jeremy Carman grew up in Ipswich, Massachusetts, the home of famous Ipswich fried clams. The hospitality business runs deep in his family; Jeremy’s parents owned The Home Port Inn and Restaurant, on the Down East Coast in Lubec, Maine – you don’t get more New England, or farther East, than ‘they-ah’. After college, Jeremy moved to DC and worked in restaurant management at popular spots in Georgetown. He teamed up with Paul Holder to open Town Hall in Glover Park, then Sixth Engine, which he operated until 2019. Jeremy oversees the branding and creative side of Long Shot Hospitality, and is active in the day-to-day management of TSL. Jeremy lives in Chevy Chase, MD with his wife and their two young sons.