6363 Oxon Hill Rd
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
Phone: (301) 839-0001
Fax: (301) 839-0002
Perhaps Tiffany Tavern's most noteworthy distinction from other live music venues is that it is one of the last places in the Washington DC area that has live bluegrass every weekend. The atmosphere is unpretentious and the staff is so courteous and friendly you might think you're in a small town southern restaurant. Burger connoisseurs can put the bar's claim of "some of the best burgers in DC" to the test. There is no cover charge to get in. That, along with Tiffany Tavern's reasonably priced menu, makes it a good option for an inexpensive night out in Old Town Alexandria.
One of the few lesbian bars in town, Phase One has been open on Capitol Hill for years. You will often find regulars playing pool in this relaxed and friendly place. At night and on weekends, the amiable bar scene often gives way to a party atmosphere, when the occasional live band takes over.
A mainly gay crowd flocks to this country & western club on Capitol Hill. They come for the line dancing, the theme nights and the social scene. Dressed to dance, the regulars fall into the two-step easily. Line dancing is also popular. Everyone has a wildly good time. Should you need to give your tired feet a rest, kick back and relax at one of the quiet bars tucked about the place. For those who have two left feet, dance lessons are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Looking for some great cocktails, music and party space? Head to the Rock and Roll Hotel - it isn't a place to stay, but a happening nightclub, popular with night crawlers who enjoy good music. Sip on your poison of choice at the spacious bar on the second floor, rent one of the rooms for a private celebration, or take in the live performances by renowned artists and DJs. Their rooftop bar is perfect for taking in the views and discovering new specialty cocktails. Bring a bunch of friends to add to the fun! The nightclub opens at 8p everyday.
Right in the heart of Washington, is Portico Cafe on the second floor of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Open seasonally from April through mid-October, the outside seating is great on a sunny day. Enjoy piping hot espresso, wine, salads, sandwiches and pastries as you engage in people watching on the busy street. This is a great spot to relax, sip a glass of wine and listen to some live music and watch your troubles drift way on a warm, pleasant day!
Those 21 years and older can come here for a relaxed evening of drinks and live entertainment with friends. Bite into Cajun and Creole style finger food as you sip your booze and tap your foot to the pumped up tunes. Try the spiced Jambalaya, which is seemingly delicious. The lack of a cover charge at the first floor bar and the abundance of beer are additional pluses at this chilled-out city venue. Come and get sloshed! The nightclub opens at 5 p.m. from Monday-Friday and 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Rose's Dream Bar & Lounge has TVs, live music and a dance floor, all at H Street. Everyday something new is happening, private parties are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, check their website for updated schedules. You can just walk in to the lounge, there is no long wait outside or special prices or timings. Regarded as DC's number one bar, come here to relax, after a hard day's work, meet your friends, put your feet up, enjoy the drinks, music, dance and have fun.
RnR Bar and Lounge is a multi-level lounge and bar, exactly the place where you always want to be. There is a sports bar on the first floor, with a big TV screen for you to cheer watching your favorite team win. Dance and rock on the dance floor on the second floor, while the DJs play your favorite numbers. This Wi-Fi enabled place attracts a lot of businessmen after office hours, munching on buffalo wings or sipping a chilled beer. It is just the right place to have a nice time out.
Muse Lounge is a three-story lounge and nightclub. You can explore the different beats available at this club on different levels while enjoying the mixed drinks from the friendly bartenders at Muse. The décor, while comfortable, is not overly luxurious, making it easy for friendly and business gatherings without being distracted by your surroundings. The variety available at Muse is a guarantee for a unique night in DC.
Visitors of Sweet Spot will enter and feel as if they have just entered a movie set. The immaculate and trendy design of the lounge appears as though it was made for a celebrity to enjoy, and visitors of this venue are sure to receive first-class treatment and service. Sweet Spot also different ongoing events, so refer to website for more details.
A club for over 18's, here you will find all the youngsters partying the night away. Loud music flows on, ensuring that the people do not leave the dance floor. There are a few lights too, patterning lazily over the well worn wallpaper and the oriental murals which create a dream like lazy environment. A good stock of beer ensures that you do have to stand in the serpentine queue to get a drink. All in all a fun place to go to for all those who love music and dancing.
Recess may be small, but it has not shortage of fun for the visitors that decide to visit that night. The small interior makes for a cozy and intimate dance space where it's easy to start and continue the party. The friendly staff at Recess will also make anyone and everyone feel comfortable, no matter how awkward the situation, and the equally friendly management make Recess a place that truly lives up to the definition of "fun."