District of Columbia Nightlife
If you find yourself in the District of Columbia and you are looking for entertainment, you will be happy to know there are plenty of choices. You can choose from going to a play, enjoying exciting nightlife, fine dining and more.
If you like plays, there are a variety of places that will keep you laughing and enjoying the dramatic arts. Some engaging performance venues include Adventure Theatre MTC, Kennedy Center, Studio Theatre and DC Public Opera House, among many others. On the other hand if you like to get your groove on, you will be able to dance the night away in a variety of venues including Midtown Partyplex, The Jam Cellar and Heist.
One thing that is not lacking in Washington D.C. is a good selection of bars. The following is a summary of places to grab a bite to eat along with a cold brew or other cocktails.
ChurchKey is a bar that specializes in beer. One thing everyone comments on is that ChurchKey has the widest variety of beer they have ever seen and you can probably order a beer that represents every state in America. One thing to note is that many of the brews ChurchKey offers are rare. Since they offer many types of beer other places do not, you can order a 4 oz. beer in order to try several types of beer. Additionally, 12 oz., 14 oz. and 16 oz. beers are available as well. It also offer snacks such as flatbread or cheese plates to enjoy with your selection of beer.
Another location to order cocktails is The Gibson. The décor of The Gibson is urban chic. If you are looking for a different bar scene, this location fits the bill. It also makes a good first date spot. The lighting is dim inside and it also offers a beautiful outdoor patio area.
Hank’s Oyster Bar is a favorite spot for District of Columbia locals. It is a great bar to grab a beer or mixed drink. As the name implies, it is also a wonderful place to eat fresh seafood such as clams, lobster rolls, sushi and raw oysters.
If you are looking for entertainment in the District of Columbia, you won't be disappointed. For a complete resource of things to do in the Washington D.C. area, visit www.districtofcolumbia.com.