Atmosphere: Spot Lounge definitely has the potential to be great, though the crowd and overall vibe will change on a nightly basis. With a ton of space/seating for bottle service and a very long bar, the space itself could definitely be hot. Housed in the basement level of the same building as MIA and Public, next door to Shake Shack, Spot is kind of like a bar with bottle service and the feeling of an underground club.
You can pretty much get the gist of Spot Lounge as soon as you reach the bottom of the staircase and enter the venue. To your immediate right is an open space/dance area with couch-benches on the wall and a hallway leading to the bathrooms. The venue is long and narrow ahead. On the left side are about 8 ‘tables’ for bottle service. On the right side is the bar.
At the end of the bar and beyond the DJ booth (opposite the end of the bar) sits a raised VIP area that sits deep within the venue. It’s got a relatively good amount of privacy and on busy nights is more than likely roped off.
It’s a simple venue with an x-factor crowd but with the right promoter,s could be a great place to party.
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This Friday, Barcode is celebrating the sensation of Swedish house music and its EDM takeover. Party to the beats of Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Eric Prydz, Alesso, Dada Life, John Dahlback, Marcus Schossow, Otto Knows, Rebecca & Fiona, Adrian Lux, Style of Eye, AN21, Cazzette & More!
Free Admission all night!
Free glow sticks, glasses, bracelets & more!
Ages: 21+ Dress: Keep it fresh, crisp and clean. No shorts, sandals or baggy anything. Looking ‘put together’ is everything.
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Panorama Productions cordially (or not so cordially) invites its past and present employees to Barcode Restaurant, Bar and Lounge on Friday, December 21 for a few laughs, a bunch of mistletoe and liquor by the bucket.
Relive, whether you’d like to or not, the days of Zei Club, 1223, the outdoor Tiesto show, Lima and more.
Enjoy a champagne toast, food ’til Midnight and bottle service at our new Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday hangout. Come oooonnn, you know you can’t pass that up. We’ll hook you up at the door too 😉
Caliente Thursdays at Tattoo Bar continue Washington DC nightlife’s weekly Latin parties. DJ’s Suelto and Letrero bring the hottest international and Latin rhythms to the heart of clubs on K street in Washington, DC.