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Where to Drink around The Westin Washington National Harbor

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Not far from the heart of Washington, D.C., Washington National Harbor offers the best of both worlds—quick access to the nation's capital, and a small-town feel that allows for easy escapes into nature along the Potomac.
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728 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA
PX is the place to go for creative cocktails in Old Town Alexandria but you won't find it by looking for a neon sign or a raucous crowd. A blue light outside the door denotes the location for those in the know, a knock of the door brings a raven...
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186 Fleet St, Oxon Hill, MD 20745, USA
Cadillac Ranch makes it easy to unwind and let loose. The sports bar and grill boasts a mechanical bull, flat-screen TVs, and a soundtrack of pop and rock hits. Weekday happy hours get the party started with discounted tacos, flatbreads, and...
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172 Fleet St, National Harbor, MD 20745, USA
Let loose at Bobby McKey's two-level dueling piano bar at the National Harbor, and become part of the show by shouting out requests and singing along. The talented players pound out the classics and pop hits throughout the night, while the rowdy...
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150 American Way, Oxon Hill, MD 20745, USA
Mayorga is a local coffee chain that roasts its coffee in nearby Rockville, Maryland. The company's founder, Martin Mayorga, was born in Nicaragua and developed his business with a focus on sustainable practices and personal collaboration between...
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137 Waterfront St, Oxon Hill, MD 20745, USA
The Tasting Room is the sleek place to go to experience good wine and music at night by the waterfront. Thirty-six wines are available for self-serve tastings with a feature on those from the local Boxwood Winery in Middleburg, Virginia. The...
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300 Tingey St SE, Washington, DC 20003, USA
On the former site of a boilermaker factory for the Navy Yard, the creators of Logan Circle neighborhood favorite Churchkey and Birch and Barley opened Bluejacket back in October 2013. This amazing 5,600-square-foot three-story brewery is capable...