A "Public House of Note"
Since 2011, this cool, quirky pub has become a go-to spot for area locals and residents of D.C.'s Bloomingdale neighborhood. The name is a historical nod to the formation of D.C. as America's capital city (40 "Boundary Stones" were placed to demarcate the city's original borders from Maryland and Virginia, making them the oldest federal monuments in the U.S.). A comfortable setting with oak bar, wood panels, tin ceiling, and exposed brick, feast on classic pub fare and bar staples and imbibe in craft beers, cocktails, or one of the 64 whiskeys.
By Christian Mirasol, AFAR Local Expert
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116 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
Sun 10:30am - 2am
Mon - Thur 4pm - 2am
Fri 12pm - 3am
Sat 10:30am - 3am