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Cosmopolitan does not even begin to describe the atmosphere at this Georgetown café. The cuisine at Cafe Milano is mainly northern Italian fare. The salads are a big sell. Individual pizzas are also popular. After dinner, the crowd spills out into the dining area, transforming the atmosphere of the cafe into a cocktail hour. So come by to wine and dine in true Italian style!
Nestled among Georgetown's fancy restaurants, this small establishment serves up inexpensive Mediterranean dishes with individual portions large enough for two. Only two tables fit inside the tight space here. A small counter is available. On good-weather days, take food to benches along the nearby C&O Canal. Everything is made fresh, including the super thick Pita Bread at Moby Dick House Of Kabob. Gyros are packed with meat, onions, lettuce, tomato and feta cheese. Kabobs are usually served on a plate with rice. Juices and soft drinks are also available. There are additional locations in Bethesda, Crystal City, McLean, and Fairfax.
Unwind after work with friends at the Bier Baron Tavern and Restaurant while in the city. This restaurant has more to offer than just food with comedy events and open mic comedy shows as well. Relish on dishes such as Pierogi, Hummus Platter, Cheese with Bacon, Buffalo Chicken Salad, Bratwurst Sandwiches and Homemade Chicken Pot Pie which can be complemented with drinks from their brew menu. Patrons usually praise the restaurant for their kind and friendly staff.
Pop's Seabar is the brainchild of Justin Abad and John Manolatos. This seafood restaurant and bar is inspired by the boardwalks of the Jersey Shore and Florida Gulf Coast. The laid-back, nautical beach look of the diner is welcoming and their staff is friendly to make sure you have a nice time here. Nosh on dishes like Jersey Dog, Fried Oyster Sandwich and Boardwalk Chicken. Enjoy their happy hours with drinks like Ice Cream Luge and Hup Hup Orange Crush.
This gay bar in Dupont Circle is a trendy destination, popular for its dark ambiance and hot dance floor. The decor here is eclectic, featuring a wall of TVs. The front windows provide a different kind of entertainment. Adorned with mirrors, the windows allow passersby to check themselves out. DJs keep the dance floor lively most days of the week.
Spread out over three levels, Roofers is a trendy addition to the restaurant scene at Adam's Morgan. A unique space, the first level brings home the comfortable, cozy yet eclectic vibe, and is a nice place to sit back and relax with a signature cocktail. The second level houses a restaurant, brightly illuminated by the huge windows overlooking the street, a perfect view of the fascinating neighborhood, while the menu features such contemporary American dishes as the Smoked Kielbasa, Memphis Ribs, Grilled Ahi Tuna, Crispy Pig Ear Salad and more. If you're just looking for a relaxed drink, the rooftop is lovely place to the view and take in the atmosphere.