Washington D.C. Entertainment by A to Z
Hollywood-theme lounge (giant celeb portraits) and hedge-wrapped terrace with fire pits and heat lamps. Small plates plus cocktails like Midnight in Paris (sparkling brut, ...
A&D Neighborhood Bar
Friendly spot with a rustic vibe (brick walls, tin ceiling). Cocktails feature house-made ingredients and local spirits like the namesake A&D with D.C.'s own Green Hat gin. ...
Family-friendly performances. Big Nate, adaptation of Lincoln Pierce's comic strip and book following a junior garage band rocker's quest for talent show fame May 3-June 2.
American Dance Institute
Classes and performance series. ZVIDance: Dabke, May 4-5; Joshua Beamish: Pierced, May 18-19.
American Film Institute
Preserves film history and supports innovation in the field. Also hosts film festivals. Daily films plus filmmaker interviews, panels in the 1938 Silver Theatre. Showtimes ...
American Ice Company
Chill scene north of U Street corridor (less than a block from 9:30 Club) with industrial-chic decor and chalk art by bartender Patrick Owens. Dimly lit space with large ...
The Angelika Film Center & Cafe
Eight-screen luxury theater for indie and foreign flicks. High-end concessions like artisan popcorn and hot dogs topped with kimchi slaw. Wine and craft beer.
Showgirls on two stages every night. (four stages Fri.-Sat.) Sports on TV. Lunch specials Mon.-Fri.; dinner till late (wings, burgers, steaks). No cover or minimum.
Classic and contemporary productions in three theaters. Catwalk Cafe with dishes inspired by current shows. The Mountaintop, a re-imagining of Martin Luther King Jr.'s last ...
Arlington Cinema ‘N’ Drafthouse
Second-run movies at discounted prices plus comedy and other live entertainment. Full restaurant and bar menu served inside theater.
Art and Soul
Chic lounge (illuminated pillar, circular, teal faux ostrich-skin bench, champagne patent leather club chairs) that features boutique and organic wines plus light fare by Art ...
Urban arts center with four performance venues, three art galleries, a 4,000-square-foot ballroom and a free Wi-Fi 'town square.' Urbancorps Transatlantic Hip Hop Festival: ...
Atlas Performing Arts Center
Community-based arts center in a historic movie house complex on the emerging H Street corridor. Red, Black & Green: A Blues, Marc Bamuthi Joseph and the Living Word Project ...
A basement rec room vibe with a jukebox, pool tables, dart boards, shuffleboard and board games on acrylic table tops. Daily specials. Mon.-Thurs. 4 p.m.-2 a.m., Fri.-Sat. ...