Popular D.C. gay bar Cobalt has closed, citing a number of reasons for its decision to leave the 17th Street neighborhood after more than 20 years.
A 25-year aged whiskey? No need to wait: You can taste the power of time in just 30 minutes. It may sound strange, but one local bar is changing the way whiskey tastes, and it’s doing so with the power of sound.
The “Curly W Restaurant & Bar Alliance” includes about 45 restaurants and bars in the D.C. area that pledge to show all the games on at least one of their TVs. See where to find participating establishments near you.
Click through to see where to spend your Saturday at some of the D.C. area’s less expensive and totally quirky bars.
This weekend’s switch to daylight saving time will rob D.C. bars and clubs of an hour of business, so the District is giving that hour back to them.
Folks in the D.C. area still have an opportunity to celebrate the newly released “Black Panther” movie with a trip to Wakanda — in the form of the Enter Wakanda pop-up bar.
Watch President Donald Trump deliver his first State of the Union speech with a drink in your hand and plenty of company at these D.C. bars Tuesday night.
About 185 D.C. bars, nightclubs, restaurants and hotels have Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration approval for extended hours under a program that allows eligible establishments to apply for holiday extensions.
Want to have a good, unpretentious night on the town at a reasonable price? Here are five places that fit the bill.
Here are 10 rooftops and patios in the D.C. area where you can enjoy everything from an ice cold beer to a platter of beef bourguignon.
If you’re looking for an alternative spot to catch the cherry blossoms this year, head over to Seventh Street NW in Shaw. There may be a crowd, but the scenery, and the drinks, are worth it.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.