Party Earth Review Multi-faceted Town Hall offers guests the chance to relax in its expansive patios on sunny weekends, feast on upscale New American cuisine during dinner hours, and get rowdy with a well-to-do college crowd late into the... ... read full review
2340 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20007
M–Th 5pm–1am, F 5pm–3am, Sa 11am–3am, Su 11am–1am
Kitchen closes M–Th, Su 10:30pm, F–Sa 11pm
Glover Park, Washington, DC –
Multi-faceted Town Hall offers guests the chance to relax in its expansive patios on sunny weekends, feast on upscale New American cuisine during dinner hours, and get rowdy with a well-to-do college crowd late into the night.
A long walk from the rest of Georgetown’s hopping nightlife scene, the venue still manages to draw a large crowd and keep it there, though things usually start off pretty staid early in the evening.
Clean-cut area residents, families, and older couples take to the high-backs along the wooden bar or the dark wood tables in the airy dining room, where they fill up on curry mussels, pork chops, and goat cheese mac in the shadow of monument photos and other governmental décor.
It’s easy to see why the Hall is a popular spot for Georgetown kids to bring the folks when they’re in town, but the real party is upstairs, where the same kids congregate after dinner, crowding shoulder to shoulder in the open room, spilling pints on their boat shoes, making out on the couches, and battling over the pool table between drinking contests.
An upstairs deck provides a quick breath of fresh air, while another staircase gives easy access to the equally bustling pair of lawn chair-strewn patios.
A maze of good times, Town Hall is a deceivingly spacious hotspot pre(ppy)pared to host a heck of a night.
College kids and recent graduates partying upstairs, along with moneyed locals, couples, and successful young professionals in the dining room, 20s to 40s, mostly 20s after dinner hours.
Manager’s playlist pumping mainstream hits on the second level. Several flat-screens tuned to sports. Pool table.
Full menu of New American cuisine including goat cheese mac, grilled cheese, sandwiches and salads, seafood, jerk wings, and steak. Traditional brunch menu on weekends available until 3:30pm.
Happy Hour M–F 5–7pm. Additional specials on Sundays during football season, check venue for details.
Upstairs available for private rental. Until kitchen closes, smoking allowed on upstairs deck only, after which it is allowed on both decks.
Brunch menu $10–$15, appetizers $9–$15, salads $8–$16, sandwiches $11.50–$13.50, entrées $18–$24.
Beer $4.50–$7.50, wine $7–$13/glass or $28–$95, cocktails $7–$11.
Clean-cut casual: jeans, khaki shorts, polos, button-downs, a few blazers, fitted jeans, cute skirts, sexy dresses.
Friday and Saturday nights for the loudest music and the biggest crowd of rowdy college kids, any warm day to chill on the patios, or weekends for brunch.
Kavanagh’s Pizza Pub (2400 Wisconsin Avenue NW) is next door, has an outdoor patio, and is open till midnight or later, making it a great place to get a slice of pizza before or during a party at Town Hall.