DC Hots Spots: Where to Make A Last-Minute Inaugural Toast
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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) - It can be disorienting being shuffled around the city, tugged and misdirected by ever-changing security patterns, and after an entire day of walking it’s probably about time for a drink.
If you find yourself caught up in that Inaugural euphoria, celebrate the president’s heritage by grabbing a Hawaiian-themed cocktail at one of these nearby watering holes, thanks to these specials organized by Washington City Paper.
Jack Rose Dining Saloon – Hosting Inauguration Luau
Address: 2007 18th Street, Northwest
Marcel’s French Belgian Restaurant – Serving Hawaiian Onaga “Obama” Snapper
Address: 2401 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest
Cashion’s Eat Place – Serving Tuna Poke & Hawaiian Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Address: 1819 Columbia Road, Northwest
Firefly – Serving “Chicago Fizz” Cocktail with Hawaiian Koloa Rum
Address: 1310 New Hampshire Avenue, Northwest
Poste Moderne Brasserie – Serving Kona Brewing Pipeline Porter
Address: 555 8th Street, Northwest
Urbana Restaurant & Wine Bar – Serving Hawaiian Punch with Rum
Address: Hotel Palomar, 2121 P Street, Northwest
Tryst – Serving Mai Tais and Navy Cider
Address: 2459 18th Street, Northwest
Just as a friendly reminder, select D.C. bars will be able to serve alcohol until 4 a.m. Tuesday morning.
As part of an ongoing push to promote extended drinking hours on holiday weekends in the District, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration approved more than 150 D.C. bars for extended alcohol service.
Here’s just a taste of bars exercising their extended serving privileges:
Address: 2461 18th Street, NW
Address: 319 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Address: 714 7th Street, NW
The Uptown Tap House
Address: 3412 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Address: 1330 19th Street, NW
Address: 2408 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
H Street Corridor
Address: 1224 H Street, NE
Address: 4611 41st Street, NW