Posts Tagged ‘Bars’

Dupont Circle Citizens Take on Loud Nightclubs, One Decibel Reading at a Time

The music emanating from the rooftop at Dupont’s RoseBar Lounge just after midnight one recent Sunday morning is an indiscernible muffled hum. All that can be heard outside the back of the lounge is the discord of overlapping house music beats through the speakers, with occasionally intelligible lyrics about fulfilling a woman’s fantasy. The repetitive […]

Stay Out Drinking an Hour Later Tomorrow Night

Bars, restaurants, and nightclubs will be able to sell booze until 4 a.m. Sunday morning—an extra hour than the usual last call on weekends. This is the first daylight saving time in D.C. where businesses don't have to register with the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and pay a fee to extend their hours. Previously, liquor-serving […]

Restaurant Folks Make Snowmen and Snow Bars

Even Frosty is hitting the bars. Several local restaurants and watering holes have built snowmen—and in one case, a snow bar—in front of their establishments. Check out their melting sculptures below and email additional photos to hungry@washingtoncitypaper.com. Capitol Lounge:

These Restaurants and Bars Are Closed for Snow

Warning! While there are plenty of food and drink deals to be had today, some bars and restaurants are actually closed. So, don't bother trekking out to the places below. Send info about further closures to hungry@washingtoncitypaper.com. Agua 301 (closed for lunch) The Arsenal (closed for lunch, bar opens at 4 p.m.) Astro Doughnuts & Fried […]

Landlord Stands By Embattled Uniontown Restaurant

The landlord of pioneering Anacostia watering hole Uniontown Bar & Grill says he expects the business to continue despite the serious drug charges leveled against its owner, Natasha Dasher. “It’s that ‘third place’ that every neighborhood wants,” building owner Stan Voudrie tells WaPo. “I don’t think there’s any doubt in my mind that [Uniontown], under […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

Vienna Inn: releasing thousands of dogs a month. As if reading a blog for local information weren't enough, here's more evidence that we live in a new media world: Old news never dies and gets turned into fish wrap. It just gets picked up by some "discovery" bot and becomes "news" all over again. Case […]

Bon Appétit: The Passenger One of the Best New Cocktail Bars in America

Bon Appétit's August issue includes a breakdown of the "Top 10 Best New Cocktail Bars" in America, and right there at the bottom of the page is the Brown brothers' punk-like exercise in personalized drinking, The Passenger, as well as its nerdy, science-obsessed sibling, the Columbia Room. Author Andrew Knowlton wrote this about Tom and […]

POV Lounge Is the Only D.C. Watering Hole Among the Finalists for the Nightclub & Bar Awards

POV is the only D.C. lounge/bar/pub/mega-club/watering hole named as a finalist this year for the Nightclub & Bar Awards. The uber-posh rooftop lounge at the W Hotel earned a nomination in the — who'd a guessed it? — Hotel Bar category. Now perhaps all this means something in your world. To be honest, until yesterday […]

This Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

As if you needed any more proof that we're mired in a recession, just check out the top posts from this week: They're focused on good, old-fashioned drinkin'. Here's to better times, y'all... In the meantime, the most-read posts from the week: Women of Craft Beer: A Quick List (*) Paste Names Best 25 American […]

The Passenger Set to Open Tomorrow

Unlike what was reported over at Brand X, the Passenger plans to open to the public tomorrow in the former bar/cafe space at the Warehouse Theater on Seventh Street NW, even though some of the bar will not be complete. Co-owner Derek Brown says that most of the space will be ready and that 90 […]

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