Mayweather vs. Ortiz: Sat 9/17/11 [Barcöde]

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Thursday, August 25, 2011, 7:53pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments

Mayweather Vs Ortiz

Mayweather Vs. Ortiz

Saturday September 17, 2011

Barcode
1101 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036

(202) 955- 9001

21+

Saturday, September 17 is Fight Night at Barcode! Victor Ortiz takes on undefeated Floyd Mayweather in an epic battle for the World Welterweight championship.

Reservations for dinner and bottle service are available. Just call 202.955.9001 to get things moving along. Enjoy this exciting event Live and for free at Barcode. As always, the kitchen is open until midnight so there’s no need to go hungry.

After the fight stick around for a bit, DJ Kam will keep the party going until 3am.

Ozio

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Monday, May 23, 2011, 6:23pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:52pm) Add comments

Ozio Martini Lounge, Cigar Bar, Club and Restaurant - Washington, DC

  • Venue Type: Multi-floor, multi-level Club/Restaurant
  • Estimated Size: A lot bigger than you think!
  • Amenities: Rooftop, Kitchen ’til Midnight, Bottle Service, Valet, Cigar Bar w/ Walk-in Humidor, Happy Hour, Multiple lounge areas
  • Cover Charge:
  • Hours: M-Th, 5pm – 2am | F 5pm – 3am Sat 6pm – 3am | Kitchen ’til midnight | Sun Closed
  • Dress Code: Some suits, t-shirts w/jackets, button downs, look nice
  • Age Requirement: 21+
  • Location: Midtown
  • Address: 1813 M St NW Washington DC 20036. (202) 822 6000
  • Website: www.oziodc.com
  • Atmosphere: Elegance at every turn. Maintaining an air of historic Washington, Ozio is located in 2 combined row houses and fuses an Art Deco style with the colonial feel of exposed brick. Intimate yet spacious. Around every corner patrons will find hidden lounge areas for a quick escape. With all the different levels, it’s hard to nail down how many floors the venue is, which we love. At the top of Ozio sits a vibrant rooftop servicing two bars, VIP, more lounges and a high-end crowd that came to have a good time
Venue Overview

From the outside, Ozio seems to be a small, seemingly regular bar/lounge. The beautiful, well-dressed, diverse crowd waiting to get in says otherwise. The first floor allows patrons the luxury of smoking at the bar, provides ample booth seating and features the bar tending expertise (and trickery) of Ozio’s owner. A walk-in humidor cements the suave appeal of the venue. It’s the calm before the storm above.

As patrons ascend a wide, wrapping staircase, they are met with the first of Ozio’s many splits. To the left is a high-end cigar bar with a menu consisting of Arturo Fuentes (incl. Opus X) , Ashtons, Cohibas, C.A.O.s, Macanudos, Monte Cristos, Romeo & Julietas and a host of others, including the Padron Anniversario. It’s a level frequented by diplomats, businesspeople and young professionals alike. At the end of the bar and around a corner exists the first of many hidden lounges at Ozio. A descending staircase leads patrons into the 2nd row house, revealing exposed brick, artwork and spacious yet intimate couch settings.

From intimate nooks to a debaucherous rooftop, Ozio has it all!

Should you hang a right when arriving at the second floor, you’ll find a dance floor, bar and DJ booth at the far end of the room, and a gateway to the rooftop above. This gateway, another of Ozio’s levels, features a large table area and a mini staircase leading to another low key, spacious lounge area.

The proper stamp allows party goers access to Washington DC’s newest rooftop bar. Encased in an ever changing spectrum of club lights, scattered trees and two bars, Ozio’s rooftop provides a completely different atmosphere to the bars and lounges below. Featuring house music and outdoor bottle service, the Ozio rooftop club is DC nightlife’s newest gem. Packed with an attractive and refreshingly unpretentious crowd, it’s a great place to spend your weekend hours. Moving across the roof you’ll be met with more of Ozio’s famous elegant lounge and VIP areas. They are inside but feature open air hallways to the roof.

Events
  • Happy Hour: M-F, 5-8 and Sat 6-11 feat. $4/5 Martini, $4 Wine and $3/4 Beer Specials
  • Dinner: Greek/Italian fusion highlighted by Grilled Baby Eggplant Pizza, an assortment of tapas, eclectic salads, sandwiches and entrees ranging from Chicken Corinthian to Baked Stuffed Shrimp to Filet. Kitchen open daily ’til midnight.
  • Late Night: Enjoy martinis, bottle service, cigars, various lounges and Ozio’s brand new rooftop every Monday – Saturday!
Latest Updates from Ozio
Photo Tour: First Floor & Humidor

Ozio's first floor lounge features indoor smoking and a walk-in humidor.

Photo Tour: Second Floor – Cigar Bar, Dance Floor, Levels

One half of Ozio's second floor showcases a cigar bar, restaurant seating and hidden lounge

The other half of Ozio proves a dance floor, bar, DJ booth and more lounge/restaurant seating

Photo Tour: Rooftop

Beyond the far wall you can find more VIP, providing an indoor/outdoor lounge experience

Video Tour: Ozio
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Washington DC nightclubs, bars and lounges are a playground for recording artists, politicians, students, athletes, tourists and more. Overshadowed by destinations like NY, LA and Miami, it’s easy to see how DC nightlife has flown under the radar. However, many of the world’s biggest names party in and return to The District.

We’ve popped bottles with Drake, done shots with FC Barcelona, had David Guetta name Glow the best party in the world, gotten ‘Lost’ with Miles and Frank Lapidus, done happy hour with Donald Rumsfeld, the list goes on. With the third largest college population in the nation, the DC crowd knows how to get down.

In no particular order:

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Echostage

Echostage is an all-purpose concert venue built to host large-scale productions. The venue is one massive room with elongated bars, VIP mezzanines, a photo pit, etc. Everything you would expect at a live venue. It’s the largest nightlife concert hall in DC.

With its doors opening in September 2012, the Echostage schedule has already featured the top 3 DJs in the world in Armin van Buuren, Tiesto and Avicii as well as Hip-Hop and Dancehall stars Big Sean and Beenie Man.

See our complete overview of Echostage

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From happy hour to dinner, cocktails and beyond, Barcode caters to DC’s young professionals.

Barcode

Minted in the fourth quarter of 2010, Barcode is a venue that moves with the customer. A typical day goes something like lunch, happy hour, dinner, party. The kitchen is open every day until midnight and features trusted American classics with a twist. The bar features extensive beer and wine menus as well as specialty drinks balancing homemade syrups, fresh citrus and floral essences. Barcode is geared towards young professionals (and older) who aren’t quite ready to let go of the care-free life.

See our complete overview of Barcode

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Famous for it’s ‘come as your are’ mentality, U-Hall is famous for underground dance parties and indie rock and hip-hop shows.

U-Street Music Hall

U-Hall, as it is affectionately know, is an underground DJ and concert venue that focuses on the music. No bottle service, no state of the art light system, no bells, no whistles. The sound system is one of the best in DC nightlife. Featuring DJ acts in the evening spinning techno, dubstep, moombahton and underground house; and live acts early doing indy, punk, samba, rap, big band and more; U-Hall caters to the ‘be yourself and let loose’ kind of crowd.

See our complete overview of U-Hall

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Patrons of Josephine include Donovan McNab, Chris Brown, Ne-Yo and Ronaldinho and more.

Josephine

Named after Napoleon’s wife, Josephine is a study in VIP grandeur. The K-Street hot spot’s pampered party-goers enjoy first-class table service, the infamous Pit (a sunken dance-floor with VIP tables lining the edges) as well as the Gold Room in the back.

Whether it’s a Latin, Nightlife Industry, Hip-Hop or EDM crowd, one thing is certain – the people look good and the liquor flows like water.

See our complete overview of Josephine

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Public

Public is the king of DC sports bars. The former club Five space has been artfully transformed to a sports lover’s paradise. With a reckless amount of TV’s, projectors and various floors, Public is the choice to watch NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, boxing, UFC and NCAA events.

It’s also a great place to go out too, with DJ’s spinning dance and top 40 long after the game has ended. Hungry? Public offers a varied menu and a great selection of beer, plus a monthly rotation of 4 new regional beers on draft.

Combine all that with a great rooftop patio, and you have a bar heavyweight! There’s no way that your group won’t have a good time; day or night.

See our complete overview of Public

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9:30 Club

The 9:30 Club has long been a staple of DC nightlife, opening its doors to the public in 1980. Historically a rock venue, the 9:30 Club has featured plenty of legendary acts over the years, including Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and the Beastie Boys.

Recent acts include Passion Pit, Major Lazer, Rusko and more.

See our complete overview of 9:30 Club

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One of DC’s hottest nightlife venues!

Eden

A hot choice amongst the DC club crowd. Catering to the higher-end of the 21-30 crowd, Eden has a reputation for excellent table service and quality music.

The most popular spot in Eden is the rooftop. Featuring a massive LED-faced DJ booth at the head of the space, a long bar running the length of the room, heaters in the winter and high-demand VIP tables, Eden’s outdoor rooftop is one of the hottest spots in DC.

See our complete overview of Eden

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Enjoy happy hour, dinner and stay for the beautiful faces

The Park at 14th

The Park is a stylish, four-story restaurant and lounge where you can relish in the latest Americana fare prepared in view in the signature, open-concept kitchen on the first floor. Their happy hour starts early and the venue stays packed well into the evening.

Political movers and shakers, renowned celebrities and high-profile sports figures have all made appearances at Park.

See our complete overview of The Park

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4 floors, 6 bars and mayhem at every turn!

Ultrabar

Ultrabar is one of DC’s most-frequented clubs week in and week out. With four floors, six bars, two mezzanines and 4 DJs; it’s no wonder the line is known to extend down the block and around the corner!

Free entry passes, a multitude of bottle service options, an intimate lower-level lounge and great drink specials make Ultrabar arguably DC’s #1 ‘party club.’

See our complete overview of Ultrabar Nightclub

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Cities

Cities is a restaurant/lounge that turns into an upscale nightlife hangout during the evening. To some the crowd may seem pretentious, though others would argue they’re simply people who enjoy being seen enjoying the high life. Regardless, Cities is one of DC’s hot spots.

The food is good, the concept is admirable and the setting extremely comfortable.

See our complete overview of Cities

Do you agree the above mentioned venues are the best in DC nightlife? Let us know what your favorite DC nightlife destinations are! Please leave your comments below.

PoP! Nightlife is back in 2011 with a star-studded entertainment calendar. Taking cues from hot spots in Vegas, NY, Miami, Atlantic City and LA; Panorama Productions is determined to put DC nightlife on the list of top US club scenes.

Through Ultrabar, Lima Restaurant & Lounge, Barcode and Glow; Panorama has fined tuned its ability to apply an authentic nightlife experience to diverse populations. From specialty cuisine to college nights, Latin parties to hip-hop stars and Glow, a global force in dance music whose event was voted Best of 2010 (worldwide) by David Guetta.

Taking the lead from ‘high-end’ club scenes and applying the ‘Glow’ formula; Panorama has harnessed the power of Moodswing360, Skam Artists and Deckstar’s rosters of celebrities, socialites and all-stars to further develop PoP! Nightlife. These ‘DJs to the stars’ spin the freshest house/top 40/hip-hop mash up at the sexiest clubs in the hottest cities in America.

DJ Chachi – NY – Residencies: Atlantic City, Miami
Chachi made waves with his 2010 hit ‘Love is Blind’ featuring Alicia Keys. He has spun for Jay-Z, Paris Hilton, Justin Timberlake, and Britney Spears.

Skeet Skeet – LA – Residencies: LA, SD, Miami, ATL
The first DJ to spin The Van’s Warped Tour, he has remixed Ke$ha, 3oh3, Shakira and works extensively with Katy Perry. In 2008 Skeet was selected as “People’s Choice: Best DJ” at Paper Magazine’s Nightlife Awards.

PS1 – NY – Residencies: Atlantic City, Shine at MGM Foxwoods
One of Diddy’s favorite DJs. Other supporters include Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Mary-Kate Olsen and Britney Spears.

DJ Scene – Vegas – Residencies: Vegas
Scene has the top rated radio show in San Francisco on WILD 94.9. He’s got a DMC title under his belt and the ‘best pool party in Vegas.’

Enferno – DC – Residencies: DC
Winner of the 2003 DMC contest, Enferno left his residency at Ultrabar in 2008 to tour with Madonna on her ‘Sticky and Sweet’ world tour. Welcome home!

Geometrix – DC – Residencies: DC weekly
Whether it’s Ultrabar on Friday or Glow on Saturday, Geo knows how to spark DC nightlife.

With Special Guests

DJ Vice – LA/Vegas – Residencies: Vegas, LA, NY, AC
He has performed with Mariah Carey, Wyclef and Usher and provided creative input to Pharrell, Timbaland and Kanye. All the big dogs know Vice.

DJ Spider – LA – Residencies: Vegas
Spider’s web reaches across the entire industry. Radio host, producer, after parties at the Oscars, Sundance and the Superbowl, touring with Mark Ronson.

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Chris webby at Pop at ultrabar nightclub dcSure, you popped bottles just a few weeks ago for New Year’s Eve DC, but why not do it all over again ?  Only this time, you’ll learn from your mistakes on New Year’s Eve and won’t black out and try to bounce across I-495 naked on a rusty pogo stick while belting out Justin Bieber songs at the top of your lungs. (it seemed like a good idea at the time)  Consider this your second chance to do it proper!

We’re popping bottles and rocking out this Friday at POP at Ultrabar with a FREE bottle of champagne with every table booked in advance!

Plus we’ve got a special guest set by CHRIS WEBBY! From a privileged upbringing in the Connecticut suburbs to… Hofstra University in Long Island to… president of the Ninja Turtles Fan Club (not really, but he’s a serious fan); Chris Webby defies all standards when it comes to being an MC.

Christian Webster went to private school, has ADD like whoa, loves women and according to him, needs rehab, big time. He enjoys blunts, 40s, sneakers, fitted hats and his little white poofball of a dog named Molly. Did we mention he has Simba from The Lion King tattooed on his leg? Like we said… defies all standards.  If you respect the grind, love to hate or are just curious how some preppy white boy from the burbs gets booked to do rap shows, you need to be at Ultrabar this Friday.

And of course, don’t forget the great DJs playing the best music on the 4 dancefloors throughout the club!  Its dancefloor insanity every Friday Night!

Main Floor: DJ Geometrix
Top 40, Mashups, Hip Hop

POP Floor (Vault): DJ Maskell
Pop Dance, Pop House

Bedroom (2nd Floor): NV & Bomba
Latin Music, Reggaeton, etc.

Chroma (3rd Floor): Lion L
Mashups, Dance, House

(GET TICKETS HERE to Guarantee Entry and to skip the General Admission line)

Plus, you can get in FREE to this event, just print out the pass below, show it at the door, and party on!

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DJ PS1 throws down this Friday on the main floor at Ultrabar amid the Blacklights, Glowsticks, Techno, White shirts, Neon Colors, and more. Its “Glow in the Dark” this Friday at Pop with DJ PS1!

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Check out Barcode on Thursday nights w/ DJ Stylus Chris and a menu available ’til midnight!

New Year's Eve 2010 Washington DC

Washington DC New Year’s Eve Parties are getting closer, and now’s the time to decide where to go and how to celebrate your 2011! To make you life easier, we’ve narrowed it down to the best four parties!

Ferry Corsten | Saturday January 1 | Fur

DJ Mag #9: Year in and year out Ferry Corsten pushes the envelope in production and DJing. His music, energy, the classics he has produced, the up and comers he spins, it’s unbelievable. Every time he comes to Glow things get wild!! His recent compilation, Once Upon a Night Vol. 2 displays the amazing qualities that make him one of the best. Ever.

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