Simon & Schuster author Mary Louise Kelly shares Washington D.C.’s best gin and tonic cocktails, the favorite cocktail of her novel Anonymous Sources’ main character Alex.
Hardcore foodies are sure to find great libations and food at these top five Washington DC places.
While many DC residents can’t wait to cheer the Washington Redskins to victory, the district’s best anti-football bars cater to the rest of the world.
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.
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!
Tired of hearing the same old songs on the radio? Grab your friends, a cup of coffee or cocktail and check these open mic nights out.
Believe it or not DC is home to a few secret bars, many of which are situated in non-descript buildings among many popular DC destinations.
Whether you prefer classical tunes, smooth jazz, rowdy sing-alongs or a rousing rendition of “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey, there is a piano bar in the District just for you.