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Heralded for their friendly bartenders and stellar happy hour specials, JR's Bar knows how to please the crowds. This gay bar spans over two floors, with upstairs balcony overlooking the surrounding area. The bar has daily drink specials and hosts a wide range of events, from retro nights and sing-a-long showtunes days, to drag shows and trivia. No matter what day you head to JR's Bar, there is sure to be something fun happening, some beautiful bartenders to gaze at, and some cheap drinks to sip on.
This fashionable gay bar located in the always trendy Logan Circle area is a prime spot to meet and mingle while sipping on some truly delicious cocktails. As an added bonus, the bar has fantastic happy hour deals every night of the week. The bar frequently has two-for-one specials, where you can order anything on the menu - not just the cheaper drinks - and get a second one for free. Grab your cocktail, snag one of the luxurious plush seats near the fireplace, and settle in for a genuinely enjoyable evening.
This neighborhood pub is tucked between Dupont Circle and Adams-Morgan. Fox and Hounds offers a friendly atmosphere and fun crowd. The outdoor cafe is an ideal spot for people watching on 17th Street. At all times, patrons will find that both drinks and food - standard pub fare, such as burgers and other sandwiches - are served with a generous hand. Customers enjoy the large number of coffee liqueur drinks, wines by the glass, imported beers and microbrews.
With its eccentric jungle decor and two bars serving more than 25 beers on tap, this is a fun place to welcome the weekend with your friends. The laid-back crowd settles into booths on the lower level or around one of the bars. Meanwhile, the jukebox kicks out hip and energetic tunes.They have pizza, tasty chili, burgers, veggie burgers, fish and chips, as well as other pub grub to keep your hunger in check. Their happy hours are quite popular and explored by many downtown office-goers. Certain evenings at The Big Hunt also see shows by Underground Comedy, a very popular comedy club of the city.
Capitol City Brewing Company was the pioneering pub to open in the American capitol after the end of the Prohibition era. Handcrafted brews are the pride of its offerings. Enjoy a chilled beer from their signature selection, or sample a flight to complement classic pub grub. Its bar is the centerpiece of the room with surrounding seating and a mezzanine dining level as well. Its proximity to Washington landmarks like the National Postal Museum and the National Mall make it a popular feature on sightseeing itineraries to DC.
Nestled within the Grand Hyatt Washington, in the bustling Penn Quarter, Cure Bar & Bistro is a great place to devour some delectable American cuisine. Guests can enjoy various artisan cheeses, fritters, pot pies, and other local favorites. Diners flock to this place for lunch. Cure is also loved by patrons for their happy hours. They organize an enticing range of events like wine tasting buffets or beer tasting events.
This European-style beer hall is the newest addition from the owners of Saloun in Georgetown. The Saloon has become a popular hangout for locals and tourists. The downstairs is built like a beer hall, with wooden tables, chairs and booths. Upstairs is more spacious, with a loft for those who like to drink from a high perch. The crowd comes for the full selection of excellent Belgian beers.