Party Earth Review Best known for its nine-hole indoor mini golf course, H Street Country Club is an offbeat neighborhood staple offering 7,000 square feet of games, booze, and DC-themed décor – a far cry from Member’s Only jackets and pricey... ... read full review
1335 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Green, Yellow Lines: U Street/African-Amer Civil War Memorial/Cardozo
M–Th, Su 5pm–2am, F–Sa 5pm–3am
H Street Corridor, Washington, DC –
Best known for its nine-hole indoor mini golf course, H Street Country Club is an offbeat neighborhood staple offering 7,000 square feet of games, booze, and DC-themed décor – a far cry from Member’s Only jackets and pricey greens fees.
During the day, exuberant patrons of all ages crowd the long wooden tables on the ground floor to feast on Mexican fare, washing it down with a pitcher of sangria or one of the club’s twenty-plus varieties of tequila.
Later, the action shifts toward the back, where college girls maim stags in Big Buck Hunter or dance it up with an Xbox Kinect, and guys rip their skinny jeans chucking pucks down shuffleboard tables or lobbing Skeeballs.
Throngs of students and recent grads flock to the second floor bar to get cozy on the overstuffed leather couches before making their way to the famous nine-hole course down the hall, which features mini-versions of iconic buildings like the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial.
Young professionals and locals while away the night weaving their balls past briefcase-swinging lobbyists and zombie presidents rising from the dead, killing time between shots by snapping photos or ordering another round of guava margaritas.
With its seamless combination of fun activities and alcohol, H Street Country Club is an easy choice for grown-ups in the mood for some childish fun.
H Street locals, trendy students, a few frat types, recent grads, and young professionals, early 20s to mid-30s.
Big Buck Hunter arcade game, Xbox Kinect, poker nights, four Skeeball machines, two shuffleboard tables, and a nine-hole indoor mini golf course.
Mexican cuisine including tacos, enchiladas, and nachos. Downstairs menu is mostly appetizers. Golf $7/person, shuffleboard $1/game or $15/hour, Skeeball 50 cents/game, Big Buck Hunter $1/game, Xbox Kinnect $15/hour.
Appetizers $3–$10, entrées $12–$30. Beer $4.50–$6, wine $7–$8/glass or $31–$36/bottle, cocktails $7–$12, sangria $7/glass or $29/pitcher, margaritas $7–$13, tequila $6–$15.
Anything goes: plaid shirts, band t-shirts, vests, button-downs, jeans, simple tops.
Thursdays for a bigger crowd and drink specials until close, and Fridays and Saturdays for a chance to get in some rowdy putt-putt.
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