Nellie’s Sports Bar
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.
Think you’re smarter than the average bear? Test your trivia chops at one of these best trivia nights in the D.C. area.
Sports bars are great for hot wings, draft beer and watching the game with fans. But they are awesome for their high-def, giant television screens.
Thanksgiving in the nation’s capital can be a great trip. There’s so much to see and do in DC, but here are the top five places to hit to experience all that DC has to offer over your extended weekend.
Explore DC’s Shaw neighborhood with this walking tour. You’ll soon be returning to this hidden gem.
Here are some of our favorite spots in DC for hanging out with a group of three or a group of 12.
Don’t exactly fit in with the trendy or hipster DC crowd? There’s no need to fear – nerdy nights are here. Make your way towards one of these geek-friendly DC destinations where you will find trivia nights, board games and other nerdy past times to set your heart on fire. Pocket protectors not required.
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.
Your favorite team might not be going to the Super Bowl but we know you’ll still head out to a DC sports bars to catch the game.
From non-stop, non-traditional entertainment to greta music, food and a comfy atmostphere, Town Danceboutique, Phase 1 and JR’s Bar and Grill are among our faves.