Best Places To Take Clients For Drinks

January 28, 2011 7:50 AM


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There are so many delicious, trendy restaurants, bars and lounges making the DMV a popular spot to host any client from near or far. So how do you decided? Try them all! But make sure you add these top spots on your list of best places to take a client for drinks.


800 F Street NW
Washington DC, 20004 202.654.0999
(202) 654-0999

On the edge of Chinatown, sits a brownstone converted into a casually upscale and entirely comfortable place with a reinvigorated menu. In addition to perfectly sized plates to share or enjoy alone, the even have a weekend happy hours so your not limited to the traditional Monday through Friday deals.


444 7th Street Northwest
Washington D.C., DC 20004-2207
(202) 783-7007

Sei means energy and this place has it, as well as, amazing sushi, impeccable service, incredible décor and the perfect size to entertain clients and actually hear what they are saying in the cozy lounge, bar or loung. Must-have’s include their signature Asian pear sangria and the Wasabi Guacamole with homemade wonton chips. I can’t get enough!


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822 E St. NW
(between N 8th St & N 9th St)
Washington, DC 20004
(202) 637-0012

You can expect Cedar to offer you sincerely service, warm smile and the best part will be a palate full of overwhelmingly delicious, contemporary American (New)

fine dining restaurant/bar/loungeon country fare. My recommendation is the amazing, freshly made Banana Nut Crunch French Toast with chantilly cream and a side of Applewood Smoked bacon or a bleu cheese burger.

Ben’s Next Door

1211 U St. Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Next door to the world famous Ben’s Chili Bowl, this Washington DC landmark is the updated restaurant & bar full of music, art and t he same mouth-watering half-smoke with chili that that Bill Cosby and other celebrities, locals and tourists put on the top of their must-do list. They offer a full range of brunch, lunch and dinner selections with a daily hour hour.

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