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800 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA
Discreetly tucked downstairs at the Hay-Adams Hotel just a little more than a stone’s-throw from the White House, this aptly named bar invites customers to muse about the deals that must have been made within these scarlet walls. The...
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1200 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
Upon waking in a sumptuous suite at the Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson himself might be perplexed; why, he might wonder, can he see the Washington Monument from a room that appears to belong in Monticello, his Virginia country estate? The textiles...
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1337 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20036, USA
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...
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1601 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA
Le Diplomate brings France’s chic bistro culture to D.C.’s trendy U Street Corridor. Upon entering through its bright blue door frame, the high ceilings, antique decor, and bread-cart centerpiece will have you checking for your...
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1136 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
The heavy doors with a gold "S" and "C" on their thick decorative glass windows make entering the Science Club feel like an exclusive affair. The low lighting inside this row-house speakeasy contributes to the intimate setting. The menu is...
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2001 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA
Feast on dry-aged steaks on the second level of this boutique steakhouse and circular bar full of rich colors, textures, exposed brick, low light, and plush furniture. Then continue the evening to the third floor's more modern-looking lounge and...
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2007 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA
Our favorite D.C. cocktail is the rye-based Maiden Voyage at the Dram & Grain. At first, it drinks like a Sazerac. As the ice melts, the bitters emerge and it’s like a whole new drink. —Sarah Baird

This appeared in the March/April...