Clubs in Manassas Park


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  • Lux Lounge
    Ease your appetite with delicious bites from Lux Lounge in Washington. Get down with a live DJ while dining and have some fun on the restaurant dance floor. Speakers are blaring and crowds roaring at the restaurant, so prepare for a noisy night out. Weekends are when crowds really head to Lux Lounge, so plan accordingly. Parking is accessible and not far from the restaurant.
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    649 New York Ave NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Exhale
    Find all of your favorite traditional American dishes in one place at Exhale. The food at Exhale is high-calorie, high-flavor, and highly-rated. Parking has never been easier at Exhale, a restaurant located near a variety of parking selections. Menu items at Exhale tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
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    2305 18th St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Archibald's
    Stop by Archibald's in Washington for a quick and tasty bite to eat. The restaurant tends to blast tunes over an already rambunctious crowd, so be ready for thunderous noise here. Weekends are when crowds really head to Archibald's, so plan accordingly. Many diners choose to drive to Archibald's, as there are numerous parking options nearby.
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    1520 K St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Russia House
    [[m:####Biergarten Haus Standing beneath the German flags fluttering outside with the two-story timber structure of Biergarten Haus looming overhead, one might feel transported to the streets of a small Bavarian village. Inside, the head of an elk looks down at glasses full of more than 25 German lagers and weizens, and warm, doughy pretzels provide an ?excellent drinking snack? to pair with schnitzel, sausages, and potato pancakes. Climb the stairs to the rooftop beer garden?lauded as one of DC?s best by the Washington Post_?where tables made of repurposed barrels cluster together like the triplets seen on the covers of Beethoven?s lesser-known _Krautrock albums. Out back, a second beer garden populated by long, rustic tables is open year-round, and groups can clink glasses to celebrate birthdays or holidays.:m]]
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    1800 Connecticut Ave. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Helix Lounge
    Helix Lounge serves wine and champagne by the glass or bottle and deals in cocktailery with a refreshing roster of "Helixers." The Pajama Party ($9), Helix Lounge's signature martini, mixes raspberry vodka with lime juice, Sprite, and champagne. Or cross-pollinate your taste buds with the Curious Bee, a refreshing botanical blend of Hendrick's Gin, St-Germain, fresh lemon, and a touch of honey ($9). Lounge lizards can loaf on plush chairs and soak up evolving mood lighting or repose on the outdoor patio catching remnants of moonbeams.
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    1430 Rhode Island Ave NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Shadow Room
    Las Vegas was the main inspiration or Shadow Room, a city the team felt set the bar for hospitality in the nightclub industry. But a carbon-copy of a Vegas club wasn't the endgame here; as CEO Swaptak Das told Metromix, "We wanted to build something that doesn't exist anywhere in the world." And in their K Street club, far from the neon lights of the Vegas Strip, they've certainly upped the ante—Shadow Room is outfitted with novel technologies designed to enhance the clubgoer's experience. One example: you're on the crowded dance floor. You're warm, and there's nothing but ice cubes left in your drink. You look over to the bar, where there's a crowd waiting to put in their orders. But instead of joining the queue, you take out your cell phone, log into your Shadow Room account, and order (and electronically pay for) a drink. They'll text you when it's ready, and in the meantime, you can just keep dancing. For those who have reserved tables, the club's Nteract touchscreen table order system takes this idea even further. According to The Washington Post, each table's tablet can be used to "order a drink, request tunes from the DJ, pay a bill or ask a valet to retrieve your car." Though these do-it-all devices would seem to be enough of a draw, tables have loads of other features as well, including HD televisions, digital surround sound, two computers, and Xbox 360. When not enraptured in the club's digital ambiance, revelers can get back to that aforementioned dance floor, where DJs spin an eclectic mix of hip-hop, house, Top 40, rock, and ironic recordings of fax-machine transmissions.
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    2131 K Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US