Set Current Location
|Monday to Friday||12:00 PM to 07:00 PM|
|Saturday||06:00 PM to 11:00 PM|
|Sunday||06:00 PM to 10:30 PM|
The U Street Corridor is bustling with activity and life, being home to some of the city's prominent clubs, bars, pubs, art galleries, and other places. Amid this chaos of venues, it is not easy to pick out one that is truly different, unique, and worth your while. Well, Montserrat House is here to make it a little easier for you. Located right opposite the iconic 9:30 Club, this modestly sized space promises to be a true delight for art and culture aficionados. Whether it is live concerts, art shows, photography exhibitions, or private parties, Montserrat promises to be the venue for it all. Do see the website to know more.
A veritable storehouse of talent is what you will find at the Velvet. Located in the bustling U Street neighborhood of the city, this event venue is a local hit. Opt from a passel of events from stand-up acts, live concerts, DJ nights or a musical extravaganza. With tasty libations and a relaxing ambiance, Velvet is your one stop for a creative dose.
Located in the capital, Town Danceboutique is a friendly and open LGBT dance club. It's especially popular on Saturdays with electrifying music. The hip crowd along with the music makes the place lively. The club is spacious with multiple dance floors, a lounge area and a smoking area outside. Extensive production performances happen throughout the week from drag shows and cabaret to dance troupes and comedy sketches. The dance floor is usually filled with fabulously dressed people dancing the night away.
DC9 Nightclub is one of the best concert and partying venues in Washington DC. Known for its eclectic shows and live music events, it attracts hipsters and music lovers from all over the city for its late-night parties. You can choose to enjoy a quiet evening with friends on the patio or in one of its three bars. For real excitement, however, head upstairs for a show and soak in the energy of the vibrant crowds. Award-winning bands, dancers and DJs come here to entertain guests with their mind-blowing performances. People look forward to their dance parties so that they can come here in large groups and party the night away. For a nightclub, this place has a great food menu featuring items like Fried Shrimp Po’boy and The Slawter Burger. You can also create your own burger by choosing from various ingredients. There is no strict dress policy here but guests need to be above 21 years. Book show tickets well in advance for assured entry but table reservations are not necessary.
The Lot @ Atlantic Plumbing is an outdoor space used for events hosted by Union Kitchen. It is mostly used for live gigs and music festivities. Some of the previous line ups are Paperhaus, The Effects and Outputmessage.
This club and music venue opened its doors in March of 2010 and has since become the go-to place in DC to see fresh new acts and well-known artists. Being a DJ-owned establishment, U Street Music Hall features the best of the best, from the sound system to cork cushioned dance floors. The two separate and fully stocked bars means getting your cocktails is a breeze, with none of the usual attention grabbing antics for the bartenders attention. Check their schedule as there is often a band worth catching at U Street.
Although its physical location makes Tropicalia easy to walk past, its reputation ensures that people search for the staircase beside the subway that leads to this entertaining space. There is none of the dinginess you would normally associate with a basement space; on the contrary, you will find psychedelic lights in pretty much any color you can think of. Situated in the U Street Corridor, this dance hall attempts to bring some Brazilian flavor to the U Street Corridor of Washington, DC. The DJ ensures that you groove to the Brazilian beats on the dance floor, but there's more to come; you can also catch live Brazilian bands on Sunday nights.