This bar has been part of the Capitol Hill landscape since 1955 and has earned a loyal following among Congressional staffers. Customers feed the juke box and slide into booths, where they chat energetically or gaze at the television. The staff claims this pub is the cheapest place on the Hill. Breakfast food is available all day. Down-home favorites like the open-faced roast beef sandwich, greasy burgers, barbecue, and chili are available on the regular menu.
Larry's Lounge pourvoit aux besoins des clients gay; l'enseigne de fenêtre montre le drapeau d'arc en ciel de gay pride. Le bar est caché au fond ; des tables bordent les grandes fenêtres qui donne sur la 18ème rue . Des martinis exotiques sont la spécialité. Des promotions de happy hour commencent à partir de 16h pendant la semaine et 17h le samedi.
Craving a cold beer on a sunny patio? Head over to Dacha Beer Garden to soak up those suds and rays. Everyone is welcome; from kids, to pets, to grandparents. Whoever you bring to this cheerful beer garden is sure to leave happy. Taking a cue from the traditional Bavarian beer gardens, the simple yet elegant outdoor location adds a whole new level of excitement to your drinking session.Beer lovers can sample craft beer from Germany, Belgium and the US, while hungry patrons can dig into heart Bavarian-inspired dishes. Wine and non-alcoholic drinks are also available.
Divey ambiance? Check. Delicious bar food? Check. Awesome name? Double check. The Codmother, one of Washington DCs most beloved dive bars, can get wild, edgy and a little sloppy on weekend nights, but in all the best sort of dive bar ways. Do like the locals do and grab a piece of chalk and scrawl your motto for the night on the walls, tables, or ceiling. While at the bar, try their famous fish and chips, served with a side of mashed peas, and wash it all down with some of the Codmother's infamous drink combinations.
If you are looking for a cheap night filled with friends, tasty food, and a whole lot of karaoke, then look no further than The Meeting Place. This restaurant-bar has been operating for many years and continues to draw crowds with its wild Friday night karaoke sessions. Also popular is the weekday happy hour, where you can get drinks at a discounted price before dancing the night away.
Fish Taco brings you the traditional flavors and tastes from Mexico, Baja California and Southern America. The kitchen is famous for its Fish Tacos, Signature Fish Rice Bowls and Blackened Fish, featuring bold spices and local seasonal ingredients. There is a special menu for kids, as well. The place has an elaborate bar housed within itself, serving a number spirits. The place has a sophisticated vibe to it, enhanced by the ethereal interiors and cozy seating arrangements, making it a desirable dining destination.
Uncle Julio’s is a part of an authentic Tex-Mex chain, known for its signature Misquite wood grill and traditional Mexican spices. The kitchen is known for preparing delicious dishes like fajitas and salsas with the freshest of ingredients and spices, that truly enhance your dining experience. There is a full bar within the eatery, serving craft cocktails and other spirits. You will find that the ambiance is relaxed, and the interiors are as exotic as the food served here.
Rock Bottom Brewery's ample space, handcrafted beers and menu selection make it a great place to gather for lunch, dinner, happy hour or a night out. Micro brew lovers can sample any or all of the five featured beers, which change based on season and demand. All of the beer is brewed in the restaurant by its award-winning brew master. Not a beer-drinker? Rock Bottom has an extensive menu, featuring steaks, salad, seafood, pasta and some ethnic varieties. When weather permits, the patio is a great place to sit. Should the weather not cooperate, patrons can take advantage of the pool tables on the upper level or enjoy a game on one of the many televisions.
Fire Station 1 Restaurant and Brewing Co. presents a lively atmosphere to devour classic American specialties and brews in the heart of Silver Spring. The spacious tavern is spread across three levels and proffers 12 on-tap brews, almost two dozen bottled beers and an impressive selection of wines. Housed in a remodeled fire station building, it is decorated with some interesting keepsakes associated with the firefighting history of the structure. Large TV screens play live sporting action, even as its efficient waitstaff deliver impeccable service to all their guests.
The Urban Winery located in Silver Spring, is a cozy little family owned winery and restaurant. The decor here is a mixture of brewing barrels and illustrations of the process, that add to the comfortable and intimate feel. Grapes are sourced from vineyards around the world and brewed into delicious fine wines at this winery. Enjoy a drink or two, with a cheese and chacuterie platter or some of their delicious Mediterranean dishes. Finish off with a rich dessert like the Greek yogurt with mixed berries.
Founders Mike McGarvey and Dave Coleman established the 3 Stars Brewing Company in a refurbished warehouse in 2010. Visitors above 21 years of age can avail of tours every Saturday, while the beer shop remains open from Thursday to Sunday. Sample beers such as the Southern Belle, an Imperial Brown Ale with hints of oak, Citra and Lemon Peel Saison and Born Sinner, a chocolate-flavored strong ale. The knowledgeable staff guides patrons regarding the best food and beer pairings.