Washington DC Nightlife
Washington D.C. is not only a thriving and productive government center for the United States but also offers a wonderful night life. In Washington D.C. you will find many exciting things to do such as dancing, enjoying great music, drinking, enjoying great food and of course a wonderful date Washington DC
For example, in the District of Columbia you will find many nightlife options in such areas as Georgetown, Capital Hill, Chinatown, the Convention Center and other areas. And around Washington Airport in Arlington you will find various nightclubs that are located near the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
An example of a great bar is the Bar Pilar, located in N.W. Washington. This bar has an old world appeal and is known and appreciated for the rustic European feel that it exudes and presents, to its patrons. On the weekends, this bar is full and the dining aroma that comes from wood-grilled dishes can be appreciated as soon as you step into the bar. There is also a romantic feel to Bar Pilar and with their imported beer and Italian food and delicious deserts such as Honey Goat Cheesecake, you are sure to find a slice of Heaven, here.
If you’re looking for a bar that is lively, check out the Bar Rouge at the Hotel Rouge. Here you will hear enjoy some great drinks and wonderful music. In Georgetown, The Ritz-Carlton—at the site of an old incinerator—has a black granite bar and red velvet curtains that add to an atmosphere of the past, with enjoyment of the present.
The Columbia Station, located at 2325 18th Street, Northwest of Washington D.C. is a selection you might find quite enjoyable. This building looks like an old train station on the outside, with windows that show those who pass by, views of what is going on inside. You can enjoy free jazz and blues performances by local musicians. The building is large but also very cozy. You will see many candles on the bar and old-looking lamps that hang from the ceiling. It has a friendly feel to it and you can enjoy such dishes as pasta, Cajun dishes, seafood and great tasting meatloaf. The bar stays open until six in the morning on the weekends and it offers a wonderful place to unwind before going home.
On 2228 18th Avenue you will find a bar–Soussi– that has two floors and a restaurant with a fantastic Mediterranean menu. In the spring, summer and fall those who come here sit outside on rooftop tables and watch people walk along 18th Street—a street that goes up into the Adams Morgan neighborhood. When the air turns cold, Soussi tones down the lights and puts on Moroccan lanterns and candles on top of tables. The atmosphere here is comfortable, where you can purchase drinks every day from 5 until 7 in the evening. The menu is enticing with such food as Merquez with Mixed Greens and Cumin Vinaigrette.