Washington D.C. Entertainment by A to Z
H Street Country Club
Indoor diversions: mini-golf, skee-ball, shuffleboard and pool, available by the hour. Plus new roof deck. Drinks include margaritas made from 20-plus tequilas. Mon.-Thurs. 5 ...
Named for the first Treasury secretary, ambitious venture with spacious restaurant, bars mixing specialty cocktails (like the 'Aaron Burr') and a live-music venue downstairs ...
Restaurant sometimes with live music: featuring the sounds (neo-soul, R&B, reggae, etc.) of Dre Black and EGOcentric every third Saturday of the month.
Behind a pitch black door, a subterranean lair of 'lighthearted delinquency' with faux valuables in display cases, galleries of infamous stolen paintings and security footage ...
The Heritage-O’Neill Theatre Company
Spotlights the works of Eugene O'Neill and American classics from the 1920s-90s.
Penn Quarter restaurant imports Austin fare (slow-smoked BBQ hand-cut at serving stations) and live honky-tonk country tunes downstairs (most no cover).
New rum bar from the Passenger's Tom Brown. Seventy-five rums and a dozen cocktails to sample beneath a zombie Elvis mural. Pop-up kitchen hosts food-truck chefs and others ...
Enormous venue: four levels, five bars, music from world beats to house. Free admission Thurs., Fri. and Sat. with hotel room key; Fri.-Sat. Wed.-doors open 9 p.m., Thurs. 10 ...
The Howard Theatre
Reopened after a $29-million renovation, historic (1910) landmark helped launch careers of Ella Fitzgerald, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes. Seated (supper club-style) or standing ...
A TV studio turned nightclub with a 'ballroom' (purple velvet curtains, gold chandeliers, dance floor) and smaller 'study' (dark wood beams, stone bar). DJs in each room, ...
Hylton Performing Arts Center
An 85,000-square-foot campus with multiple venues. Dr. Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, May 4; Matinee Idylls: The Virginia Virtuosi, three chamber musicians on ...