The Sheppard
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Dupont Circle Hideaway
No signs designate this speakeasy-style bar located near Dupont Circle, but rather a green light and a relief of Senator Morris Sheppard, namesake and architect behind the Sheppard Bone-Dry Act of 1917 banning booze in DC. Upon seeing the green light, enter the lobby and take an escorted elevator ride to the second floor where a 35-seat small, sexy, dark place with banquettes, chandeliers, and photos from DC's prohibition era awaits you. While enjoying the bevy of rotating cocktails and snacks like deviled eggs with caviar and key lime pie, honor the following rule: no photography inside.
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1337 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
+1 202-559-8984
Mon - Thur 6pm - 12am
Fri, Sat 6pm - 2am
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