Rose's Luxury is a perfect place to drink, eat and socialize. A quaint little eatery with a simple and unpretentious ambiance, it is popular with locals in the area. Ricotta-stuffed gnocchi, Korean fried catfish, and Vietnamese pate are some examples of what you might find on their constantly changing menu. Cocktails and other beverages are also available to complement your food. The beautiful garden patio is perfect for a romantic meal.
This club somewhat resembles Dr. Frankenfurter's laboratory in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The large, open space features a bar and a chest-high stage with a rather impressive sound and lighting system. Four bars are located throughout the venue, serving premium draft and bottled beer. Light snacks are also available for when those late night hunger pangs start kicking in. You can relish a wide range of items like sandwiches, wraps, paninis and sweets among many others during your visit to 9:30 Club.
Located in the heart of Washington, Estadio is a great place to drop by to feast on some authentic Spanish flavors. Under the tutelage of Executive Chef Haidar Karoum the culinary team offers a delectable Spanish fare of soups, salads, montaditos (open sandwiches), meat, seafood, chicken and egg dishes. The decor of the restaurant, with timber furnishing and iron panels, resembles a 19th-century Spanish restaurant. Though the restaurant stops serving dinner earlier in the night, guests can enjoy drinks and light bites at the bar that is open till late.
Off the Record, located in the Hay-Adams Hotel, is a classy place where locals can socialize and exchange the latest news and gossip over creative cocktails. This bar has been voted among the world's best hotel bars by Forbes. If you get hungry, small plates are served throughout the day, including sliders, cheese plates, and more.
Rasika combines old and new in a most striking manner. So grab a table and order up a selection of your favorites, and rest assured that they'll be made with ingredients fresher and more flavorful than at your dingy neighborhood joint. After you dine, settle into the lounge and while away the rest of the night with a cocktail or four.
Acqua Al 2 DC is a great place to visit if you would like to taste some delectable flavors from Florence, Italy. The restaurant, established in 2010 by friends Ari Gejdenson and Ralph Lee, is a recreation of the original Florence restaurant that was set up in 1978. This restaurant in Washington, DC, is beautifully decorated in hues of brown with a yellow lighting covering the room in its warmth. Guests can dine on Italian meals on the breezy patio, while dining on pretty wrought iron tables and surrounded by colorful plants.
Situated on Jefferson Place, St. Arnold's on Jefferson borrows its name from the Patron Saint of Brewing known as St. Arnold of Flanders. This city center bar is focused on serving sumptuous Belgian brews like Raspberry Lambic and Belgian Blonde Ale. Food served here include traditional Belgian fare like mussels and frites. All in all, a perfect Belgian treat awaits you at St. Arnold's.
Get cocooned in the warmth of Greek hospitality at Kellari Taverna. The restaurant and the staff, driven by their motto, "Enter as Strangers, Leave As Friends," ensure that no guest leaves their premises dissatisfied, but instead will come back for more. A must try here are their seafood dishes made with authentic Hellenistic flair. Complement your meal with a wine from their collection of over 300 labels. For those who would love to enjoy Greek wines at reasonable rates can drop in on the first Monday of every month, when they host Greek Wine Happy Hour.
Larry's Lounge caters to a gay clientele; the window sign features the gay pride rainbow but welcomes all. The bar is tucked at the back, tables are lined up along big windows that offer nice views of 18th Street. Exotic martinis are a specialty here. Happy hour specials start at 4p weekdays and 5p Saturdays.
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.