Comfort Inn Georgia Ave/DC Gateway
7990 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910-4860
Phone: (301) 565-3444
Fax: (301) 588-2207
7990 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD, US, 20910-4860
- Phone: (301) 565-3444
- Fax: (301) 588-2207
Located on the DC side of the Maryland-District line, Takoma Station has long been hosting some of the finest local jazz acts in the area. This street-level establishment glows with blond wood and soft lighting. The large crowds that gather here can be seen from the street through a large plate-glass window. Although jazz is usually the featured entertainment, R&B and reggae acts also appear regularly. Sneakers and athletic wear are strictly prohibited. A full menu is available and includes burgers, sandwiches and the like.
Enjoy music, dancing and entertainment at this club. Host any special event here.
come by to watch a show and share a memorable experience with this place.
Enjoy music and dancing, as well as a full bar. Call for hours.
Come and join us for a evening of laughter and fun with great comics.
With an atmosphere that borders on dive, a large number of domestic and imported beers on tap, and boisterous live music, it is small wonder that the Wonderland Ballroom has become a local favorite. Unlike some of the trendier establishments in the city, this unpretentious bar offers a laid-back vibe with its worn wood-paneled interior and roomy outdoor patio (a great place to cool off after a bout of dancing inside). Also be sure to check out the pub-grub menu, with such notable favorites as the Motor City Chili Dog. When in search of a night out that doesn't require the latest in fashion, or if you just want to share an inexpensive pint with new friends, the Wonderland Ballroom has it covered in the Columbia Heights / Mount Pleasant district.
A small neighborhood pub that is a favorite meeting spot for the locals. Enjoy your favorite beers, wines, and cocktails.
The mood at Nanny O'Brien's is authentically Irish, from the cozy narrow space to the warm social atmosphere, the pub has a neighborhood feel. Best of all, local bands play good folk, bluegrass and Irish music on Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Often, the crowd is invited to join in. There is the standard pub food here, but it seems to have a special, home-cooked flavor. Grilled cheese, rich chowders and Irish stew are favorites. Of course, the traditional Irish dish, corned beef and cabbage, is also served.
Chief Ike's Mambo Room is all about the serious business of showing patrons a good time. With its wildly varied attractions each night, a wide range of people—from college students to professionals—enjoy drink specials and music. Professional musicians take center stage on Tuesday nights, local DJ legend Stella Neptune spins dance tunes a couple times a week and "Gross National Product", a political satire troupe—entertains the crowd on weekend nights. Chief Ike's Mambo Room is open daily 9 pm onwards.
"Luxury" is perhaps this nightclub's middle name. District has over 7,000 square feet of space within the venue alone, in addition to an outdoor patio and several large VIP tables. Guests can also enjoy this venue with carefully and artfully created cocktails and meals at the adjoining restaurant, lounge and bar. The cuisine at District is also representative of Washington DC's uniqueness. Combinations of tastes from around the world will compliment your luxurious dancing experience for the night.
Bossa is an atmosphere of unique live music from across the globe. Art lines the walls with expressions of local eyes, and the breath of poetry fills the venue every second Monday. Live music can be heard every night starting at 9:30p, and weekends in the upstairs lounge bring out eclectic crowds who move to down tempo and world grooves. The menu takes cues from Italy and Brazil, and is known for its heady flavors. Happy hour is flecked with Bossa Nova, and drinks and various menu items are reduced for your dining pleasure.
Murphy's of DC is an energetic pub that offers a variety of settings, each with its own style. The outdoor patio is always crowded. Inside, a cozy room has a fireplace, bar and comfortable seating and the main area is set up for live music, which is the draw on Thursday through Sunday nights. The menu is full of Irish classics, including fish and chips, meat pies and Irish stew. There are also the standard burgers and sandwiches.