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Seeking Washington DC bars and restaurants that are great for groups

Can you list some bars and restaurants in DC that would be good for a group of 10-12, all 21+? I'm open to making reservations, but a) bars probably don't take them and b) it would also be nice to be able to descend on a location or two in a more impromptu fashion as the weekend develops. Neighborhoods and other relevant details within. [more inside]
posted by juliplease on Jan 23, 2012 - 9 answers

Where to eat, drink, and type in D.C.?

I'll be in Washington D.C. from December 26th to the 31st. I'm staying at the Omni Shoreham in Woodley Park. Please tell me about cheap vegetarian eats, good coffee shops and bars, and free wifi in my neighborhood and elsewhere. [more inside]
posted by Beardman on Dec 22, 2011 - 23 answers

And please, keep us the hell away from Hill Interns.

After years and years of house parties, I'd like some ideas as to how myself and a small group of (largely nerdy/artsy/pseudohipster) friends can spend our New Years Eve out and about in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. [more inside]
posted by Keter on Dec 21, 2010 - 8 answers

How do I show someone a good time in DC on a Wednesday night?

How do I show my friend a good time in DC? Problem: It will be on a Wednesday night (tonight, actually...) [more inside]
posted by Loto on Apr 7, 2010 - 12 answers

S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y NIGHT!

Where to go for a night out on the town next weekend in DC? [more inside]
posted by bluloo on Jun 5, 2009 - 4 answers

Trying to find the right bar for tomorrow

DC: Looking for a bar/restaurant near Chinatown/Gallery Place or Crystal City with outdoor seating that will have the hockey game on tomorrow. [more inside]
posted by eightball on Apr 24, 2009 - 13 answers

Can you help me find the perfect cool, laid back, but unpretentious bar(s) in Baltimore and/or DC?

I'd like some tips on nice, down to earth, mixed-group, unpretentious, laid back bars in Baltimore and/or Washington, DC. If you happen to know Brooklyn (NY, not MD), Moe's in Fort Greene would be the perfect example. I'm thinking music that's heavy on the not-so-obvious 70s and 80s R&B, rare grooves, funk, with a dash of reggae and jazz; a crowd that tends to be ethnically diverse; the drinks aren't at Financial District prices; and (perhaps most importantly) where ex-suburban gentrifiers would feel kind of out of place at. I realize I could very well be asking for the impossible. [more inside]
posted by CommonSense on Mar 10, 2007 - 20 answers

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