Bars in Washington, D. C.


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  • Tonic Restaurant
    Quickly ease your appetite at this laid-back American eatery — Tonic Restaurant serves sandwiches, salads and more to Washington's Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End patrons. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Tonic Restaurant won't disappoint. Bring your whole brood to Tonic Restaurant, where families can dig in to tasty and kid-friendly fare together. Perfect for after-work outings, Tonic Restaurant's happy hour is hard to beat. Bigger groups gravitate toward Tonic Restaurant, which offers a private section for your next get-together or celebration. At Tonic Restaurant, there's no need to confine your meal to a traditional dining room — outdoor seating is available when the weather is warm. Wireless internet access is available for no charge at Tonic Restaurant. If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted. No need to dress up for a trip to Tonic Restaurant — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Tonic Restaurant can also cater your next party; call today for details. Drivers can find a space for their wheels on the street when dining at the restaurant's G Street Northwest business. Hop on public transit if driving's not your speed; accessible stops include Foggy Bottom Metro (Blue, Orange) and Farragut West Metro (Blue, Orange). A typical meal at Tonic Restaurant will set you back less than $30. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
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    2036 G Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • H Street Country Club
    “A synthetic turf-covered love letter to Washington.” That’s what Fritz Hahn of the Washington Post had to say about H Street Country Club after visiting the nearly 7,000-square-foot bar at the heart of the Atlas District. Yet Hahn wasn’t talking about the eatery’s decadent food; he was commenting on the space's devilishly tricky indoor golf course. During each nine-hole outing—for adults 21+—putters encounter the Lincoln Theatre, Ben’s Chili Bowl, and the titanic grasping hands of a half-submerged Marion Barry. As if a trip to the links wasn’t enough to work up an appetite, the entire first floor of H Street tempts gamers with skee-ball, shuffleboard, and wall-vs-human staring contests—all within an arm’s reach of margaritas, mojitos, and other specialty drinks. Upstairs, a glass panel filled with retired golf balls gazes out over artist and contributing decorator Lee T. Wheeler’s talents, which alight upon everything from the sculptures crafted from repurposed birdhouses to the bar’s cushy lounge seating. The design sets the stage for executive chef Pablo Cardoso’s upscale take on classic Mexican food, with tables welcoming grilled skirt steak splayed over "cowboy" beans, a half chicken paired with yuca, and fajitas stuffed with still-sizzling shrimp. For dessert, the chef stuffs crisp empanadas with sweet mangoes, topping the confection with creamy ice cream and a note to get out of gym class for a week.
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    1335 H St NE
    Washington, DC US
  • RFD Washington
    If a beer connoisseur tried a different beer every day, it would take more than 13 years to sample every beer that RFD Washington has served. Since 1957, Regional Food and Drink (RFD) has slaked thirst with more than 5,000 types of beer, totaling a staggering 25 million total glasses served—a figure that earned it a Guinness World Record, among many other awards. The sister bar to the Brickskeller restaurant, RFD taps more than 30 beers at any given time, including a rotating selection of rare beers and handcrafted brews from breweries such as Gouden Carolus, La Chouffe, and Tröegs. It also carries more than 300 varieties of bottled beer, as well as premium liquors, single malts, and small-batch bourbons. The food menu has no choice but to revolve around beer, with dishes such as the 12-ounce strip steak in a stout marinade, and the brew burger, a half-pound Angus beef patty marinated in black lager and grilled on top of a keg. Inside RFD, flat-screen TVs line the running boards and refrigerators line the walls, proudly showcasing the cache of microbrews and handcrafted ales. Flags and banners dangle from the rafters, signaling to families and beer aficionados that they may have finally met their malted matches.
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    810 7th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • District 2 Bar & Grille
    District 2 Bar & Grille District 2 Bar & Grille celebrates all things athletic, with special attention paid to college and professional football. Glasses and towers of beer slake thirst, while the full spectrum of hunger levels can be squelched with house chili, fish 'n' chips, and signature DRG burgers topped with ham and honey barbecue. Themed evenings?which might include karaoke or poker?add to the entertainment. Jake's American Grille The "Boiler Room" inside Jake's American Grille looks like something out of a sport's fan's wildest, most buffalo wing-filled dreams. Nine televisions surround the downstairs space, where you can cheer on your team or break for pool and video games. Beer flows from the taps here as well as in the upstairs bar, where bartenders pour Miller and Blue Moon into individual glasses or beer towers for groups to dispense at their leisure. The brews complement classic American cuisine such as steak, seafood, and burgers. And the decor is fittingly patriotic as well?Navy motifs throughout the space pay tribute to the restaurant's namesake, the owner's grandfather Edwin "Jake" Jablonski.
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    5018 Connecticut Ave. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Michael Romeo Group
    Dine in style at the Lotus Lounge. This chic K Street venue is more than a late-night hot spot, it's a restaurant that serves up Asian-inspired dishes as colorful and varied as the bright walls of the scene.
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    1420 K St Nw
    Washington, Washington D.C. US
  • Din Tao
    A menu of time-tested Moroccan cuisine fills Marrakech Lounge's casual two-story dining room and lounge with enticing aromas and cheery chatter. A medley of traditional, oven-baked tagines range from the sweet-and-savory Chicken Marrakech, loaded with sweet dried apricots, to tender braised lamb simmering in a pot of artichokes, fava beans, and vegetables. A selection of couscous dishes includes a vegetarian option that mingles fistfuls of warming spices that conceal heaps of produce like a farmer's offshore bank account. The Couscous Royal struts to tables accompanied by a procession of lamb, chicken, and lamb sausage, and patrons sidle up to the bar beneath a bright, curry-colored wall to sip on glasses of domestic brew, pinot grigio, or house cabernet. On weekends, chefs forge time-tested dishes until 2 a.m. to fuel joviality in an upstairs lounge equipped with black leather couches, which serve as an ideal late-night rendezvous point after long evenings of book-club hopping.
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    1817 Columbia Road Northwest
    Washington, DC US

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