Party Earth Review With its stunning views of the Potomac River, the Georgetown Waterfront is a popular place to spend relaxed sunny afternoons that can quickly fade into rambunctious evenings. The cornerstone of the area is the Washington Harbour Plaza, where four restaurants take ready advantage of their location with ample outdoor seating ... more
Waterfront area between Key Bridge and the Washington Harbour Plaza
Washington, DC 20007
Party Earth Review The H Street Corridor – a mile-long stretch of H Street extending east from Union Station – has been the focus of a major redevelopment campaign since 2003, resulting in dozens of bars, acclaimed restaurants, and respectable music venues popping up along a stretch that was largely devastated by race riots in the 1960s ... more
H Street NE, extending roughly from
Union Station to the intersections of
Florida and Maryland Avenues
Washington, DC 20002
Party Earth Review Known as the heart of DC’s African American community and home to an eclectic mix of people who share a love of music, art, theater, and food, U Street – after decades of neglect – has been the focus of a major resurgence since the late 1990s. With historic landmarks like the Lincoln and Howard Theaters, where Duke Ellington ... more
Between 9th Street and 17th Street,
and Florida Avenue and S Street NW
Party Earth Review Home to some of the District’s most popular restaurants, bars, and high-end shops, M Street is a central part of the Georgetown experience, especially for the fourteen thousand students at nearby Georgetown University. Lined with cobblestone sidewalks and 18th-century colonial homes, the area is awash during the day with ... more
Between Rock Creek Parkway and the Key Bridge
Washington, DC 20007
Looking for nightlife areas in Washington, DC? The District has plenty! And believe it or not, it makes no difference what your political affiliations are (for once!). From stylish and cutting-edge spots to rowdy college-centric circuses of mayhem, DC nightlife areas do not disappoint.
Adams Morgan has such a reputation for late-night rowdiness that residents call the main drag of 18th Street “The Liquoridor,” a moniker kept alive by the throngs of Friday-happy college kids who parade up and down the sidewalk looking for cheap drinks and raucous fun.
The U Street Corridor, meanwhile, is a must for music lovers, and full of stalwart venues like Black Cat, 9:30 Club, DC9, U Street Music Hall, and Velvet Lounge that all showcase a huge range of musical styles every night. Non-music fans will also find plenty to love on U Street, especially when they join the fashionable singles on the standing-room-only rooftop bar at Local 16 or the eccentric jocks trying to “beat the clock” at Nellie’s Sports Bar at Happy Hour, when drink prices rise every hour.
East of U Street, the H Street Corridor – a mile-long stretch of H Street extending east from Union Station – has been the focus of a major redevelopment campaign since 2003, resulting in dozens of bars, acclaimed restaurants, and respectable music venues popping up along a stretch that was largely devastated by race riots in the 1960s.
And then of course there’s the preppy and glitzy set over along Georgetown’s M Street, full of congressmen, media personalities, and lots of college students crammed into fun bars, exclusive clubs, and big bumping hotspots down by the Georgetown Waterfront. Dupont Circle, meanwhile, is a vibrant gay-friendly area that also caters to a high-end crowd, whereas a major resurgence in Chinatown since the millennium has seen a host of new nightlife venues spring up, especially near the Verizon Center entertainment complex.
There’s even more to Washington, DC nightlife areas than that, so come on in to Party Earth DC for all the fun you never knew the District had!