So, you’re single on Valentine’s Day. Turn that frown upside down and check out one of these best Valentine’s Day parties for singles in Washington DC.
January 11 is National Hot Toddy Day! A historically British drink made with whiskey, warm water or milk, and sugar, these D.C. restaurants take the typical hot toddy to a new level.
Whether you’re skipping the clubs or just need a great place to start, these DC bars have you and the boys covered.
Whether you’re looking to find a new job, expand your social circle or break out of your regular Friday night routine, a networking event is the place to be. Meet a lot of people and make new connections at one of these best DC bars for networking.
Just because you’re in college doesn’t mean your entertainment options are limited to ramen noodles and bland beer. Check out these DC hot spots for the best deals for college students.
Recognized as a “great street” by the American Planning Association, the historic U Street Corridor is home to some of DC’s hottest nightlife spots.
Let’s face it, your experience at a bar or night club is (mostly) dependent on one person: the DJ. If the DJ stinks then, well, your night will stink too. This list of DJs not only guarantees you’ll have a great time while out on the town, it’ll make it easier to figure out who to call for your next big occasion too.
The great thing about pool halls is that you don’t necessarily have to know how to play pool in order to have a good time. Throw in a couple of friends at one of these locations and it’s a fun time waiting to happen.
Think other people’s basements are the only places you can play fun drinking games? Think again!
Here are some of the hottest musical performances of the summer, all in the DC area and all sure to rock the the District.