Party Earth Review Located just blocks from the White House, The Park at Fourteenth is an upscale club that seduces its stylish patrons with four stories of fashionable fun. It is not uncommon to see celebrities and pro athletes waltzing... ... read full review
920 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
Blue, Orange Lines: McPherson Square
Bar/Restaurant: Th–F 5–10pm
Lounge/Club: Th 5pm–2am, F–Sa 9pm–3am; Occasionally open Su for private events
DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON, DC –
Located just blocks from the White House, The Park at Fourteenth is an upscale club that seduces its stylish patrons with four stories of fashionable fun.
It is not uncommon to see celebrities and pro athletes waltzing in through the red-carpeted entrance, making their way past stern, unyielding bouncers and block-long lines of chic clubbers.
Rows of cozy round tables and a long onyx-topped bar make up the restaurant section, where bedazzled couples and groups of friends enjoy views of the open kitchen – when they’re not looking at each other – and easy access to the rear patio and its bar.
Those looking for a more energetic atmosphere can head to the second floor bar, either by elevator or designer-shod foot, where a DJ spins mostly upbeat hip-hop, while an interior balcony overlooking the dining room provides space for slick couples to sip Moët on leather couches and men in Armani suits to make eyes at that special stiletto’d someone.
Typically the most packed areas, the third and fourth floors draw hordes of sexily dressed girls and the guys who love them, all in the mood to drink and dance, as the moneyed bunch makes its way to a cordoned-off and security-guarded VIP zone.
As many as three DJs might spin at the club on any given night, with mellow tunes in the restaurant, hip-hop on the second floor, and Top 40 on the top two. Regardless of which level guests settle on, however, Park at Fourteenth guarantees a chic and memorable night out.
Upscale urban crowd, models, local pro athletes, fashionistas, socialites, young professionals, and celebrities, late 20s to late 30s.
Multiple DJs spin a mix of hip-hop and Top 40 on all four floors. Over a dozen TVs tuned to music videos and sports.
American dishes including sea bass with lemon beurre blanc sauce, crab cakes with baked macaroni and cheese, and barbecued beef short ribs with cornbread. Happy Hour Th–F 5–8pm.
Cover charge $20 after 10pm. Appetizers $7–$15, entrées $15–$26, desserts $5–$8. Beer $7, wine $10–$12/glass or $42–$80/bottle, cocktails $12 , bottle service $135–$550. Valet $20.
Upscale and sophisticated club wear: high heels, sparkly dresses, suits, button-downs, designer jeans. Casually dressed guests better know someone at the door if they plan on getting in.
Thursdays and Fridays for a packed, upscale, hip-hop-driven scene, and Saturdays for a big international crowd on the third and fourth levels.
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