DC gay nightlife is definitely a live scene. The local gay bars and clubs are all the just as alluring as all the other gathering places in DC’s social scene. Want to flirt, dance off the cares of the work day or just grab a drink and play a game or two, there are so many places to entertain and be entertained in DC. All you have do is pick a place and go.
It’s tax season again and this is the time most people look forward to the most. How will you spend all of your refunded money you’ve been waiting for all year? Most would pay bills, get a car, or go on that long awaited vacation. For some, there’s no better time than now to hit the bars to celebrate tax refunds. Gather up your D.C. buddies and raise your glasses at these bars to get your celebrations started.
Mondays have always been a dreaded day of the week. To change this, here is a compilation of five great Monday night specials at local restaurants in the D.C. area.
Spring has finally arrived! And while it may not feel like it outside yet, there’s at least plenty to do to celebrate the new season this weekend.
Rainy days are good for staying in and watching a movie. But sometimes you still want to be social. Instead of lounging in your pajamas, you can go to a bar and meet people. Washington, D.C. is full of various types of bars with varying themes and concepts. These are the best rainy day bars in Washington, D.C.
Baseball season is upon us! If you don’t have time to catch a game at the stadium, or you want to watch a non-local team, head to one of the following venues to watch a game on the big screen while enjoying food and drinks.
That rumbling excitement in your gut isn’t gas—it’s March Madness. Here’s an update on the best DC-area bars where you can tune in, cheer on and let loose.
Sometimes all you want to do is have a pint of beer in a casual venue with some great bar snacks. An Irish bar is a perfect spot for achieving such a goal. Read on to find out about five of the best Irish bars in DC.
Crisp, white table cloths and expensive hand-crafted cocktails are staples at many D.C. restaurants and bars, but one bar is making a name for itself with it’s cheap libations and party atmosphere.
From watching new episodes of “House of Cards” alongside President Underwood himself, to dancing and painting your face 70s style, there’s something fun (and free) going on in your neighborhood this weekend.