It’s awesome! It’s weird! It’s a bar. ‘Nuff said!
If a hip vibe is what you seek, Busboys and Poets is where you need to be! There is an open mic night weekly, and several locations to meet your needs.
Looking for a feast of treats fit for a king? Well, look no further than Baked and Wired. Georgetown is known for its fantastic foods, and this place is no different. Cakes, pies, cookies and more are all lined up and encased in glass holders. Fancy treats, fancy eats!
Shake it up! Roll the dice! Double down, hit twice! Live the the life at Maryland Live Casino! Sure, it’s up the beltway, but it’s worth the trip! Enjoy good music, good food, and grown-up fun! It’s one of the best kept secrets in the area, and it’s open 24/7!
Is it a warehouse or a market? A farmer’s market or a flea market? Union Market is an adventure in taste. With 40 vendors unique to the area, it is easy to get lost in a sea of food one bite at a time!
If you’d like to take a peak into the secretive world of Scientology, their “Founding Church” in Washington, DC is open to the public for tours. Not recommended for those who are easily persuaded…unless you have a lot of disposable income and free time.
Though it helps to be a member, this club can be found through Cady’s Alley in Georgetown and down the stairs. Created in a European-style, you’ll find an upscale lounge with interesting decor and even more interesting people. Non-members are welcome, though dress is smart casual and you may have a wait and entrance fee, depending on the evening.
Just south of DC you (might) find a speakeasy disguised as a donut shop. Captain Gregory’s offers cocktails and atmosphere – if you can find the entrance.
A very Russian restaurant featuring infused vodka, ambiance for days, and – for better or worse – live accordion playing.
An adorably decorated Korean bakery right next to a Korean BBQ. The cupcakes are too adorable to eat. Great bingsoo, bubble tea, and pastries.