Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center
1201 13th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 682-5300
Fax: (202) 408-0830
K Street Lounge has received recognition from the local press as one of the best nightclubs in Washington DC, such as The Washington Post and Market Watch Magazine. It is also a relatively high-tech with its many plasma and LCD screens. K Street also is a spacious venue. While many nightclubs usually crowd their visitors together and long lines in front of the bathroom are a resigned given, K Street Lounge makes the experience both on and off the dance floor comfortable for all.
New Vegas Lounge gets crowded fast, especially when the "Out of Town Blues Band" is on stage. If the night is right, the band will indulge in a little audience participation or bring willing people on stage. The bar is small but friendly. Requesting table service is the best option. Patrons must be at least 18.
The two-storeyed lounge Halo offers the gay community of Washington a fine place to meet, bond and relax. Cutting across 14th Street NW and 15th Street NW, the humble entrance of the lounge makes it easy to miss. Martinis galore once in, as the various bowls of fruit salad scattered across complements the drink well, also giving one the freedom to mix, match and experiment in his own drink. During happy hours, double your drink automatically. Ensuring the air one breathes remains ever fresh, the bar prohibits smoking on premises. Few waves are made about the food on offer. The nightclub opens its doors daily from 5 p.m.
Opera Ultra Lounge isn't only a nightclub, it's an experience. With state-of-the-art electronics, including lighting and sound, you'll feel like you've stepped into another world. Order a cocktail and enjoy the elegant and high tech atmosphere as you listen to live music or a DJ.
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."
This stylish dance club features Latin music and is popular with a diverse crowd of college students, young professionals and the international set. The huge underground establishment has two bar areas and a raised dance floor. Salsa and other Latin music is featured, International latin sounds on Fridays and Sensationals on Saturdays. Wednesday is ladies night and there is no cover charge for women. Bravo Bravo offers light fare, including sandwiches, salads, pizza, and pasta. The club opens its doors daily at 10 p.m.
Black Cat is the place to come to see the latest local bands. This club features rock, pop and rhythm-and-blues artists and has been known to book some bigger names, such as Morphine and The Foo Fighters. Live acts perform in the main space while an eclectic mix of pierced party kids hangs out in the "Red Room". Light fare is available, and the bar has microbrews on tap.
An upbeat bar located in the heart of Washington City, the Eye Bar is a popular destination for a weekend party. The decor is modern and sophisticated. While the bar stresses entry only for guests with invitation, it has a strict dress code that the guests have to follow.
Eden perhaps makes time travel possible with its futuristic clubbing experience and décor. People also have the chance to dance beneath the stars on Eden's beautifully decorated and arranged rooftop space. The service is top quality, regardless of how busy it gets, visitors will have the benefit of being every staff member's top priority. Special VIP and guest list services are also available, contact Eden for more details.
Cobalt is a three story LGBT nightclub that serves everyone regardless of orientation. The lounge, restaurant and dance floor are on separate floors, and the music is as eclectic as the crowd. However, a bar is available on each floor, ensuring that you won't need to make a long trip to get your drinks. Themed events take place throughout the week from ostentatious drag shows and karaoke to high heel races!
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!
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.