Best Ways to Get Kicked Out of the Club

By Peach in DC Clubs, DC Nightlife, Get in Style
Thursday, January 26, 2012, 5:25pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:41pm) Add comments

Surefire Ways to Get the Boot

There’s nothing like getting wasted and grinding on your girl while swinging her bra around your head… ’til you see the flashlight in your face and feel a bouncer’s arm around your neck. People watch in disgust as cabs drive by you in that puke-stained shirt.  It has happened to the best of us, so here is what to avoid!
Underage Drinking

underage drinkingThis is a no-brainer! What? The big “X” on your hand didn’t tip you off?

Though there are plenty of under 21 nightclubs in DC, save the drinking until your 21. Your waistline will thank you, and so will security.

If you must drink pre-21, hop the border to our neighbors in Mexico or Canada and enjoy the hangover!

The Runaway

stealing from the barSomewhere between the bar and the front door must lay the Bermuda Triangle.Why people guzzle down drinks then disappear without paying is a mystery.

It’s the same as walking into the mall and walking out with unpaid merchandise.Maybe a security tab stapled onto guest’s nuts would keep them from walking out.

Touching the Dancers

glow girlsLook, but don’t touch!

Dancers like DC nightlife’s Glow Girls are there to get you dancing, not to get you off. Think of it like a zoo animal and keep your fingers out of the cage.

Sloppy Drunks

Binge DrinkingIt can be hard with so many drink specials, but drinking past your limit is dangerous to your health and more importantly annoying to everyone.

Stumbling around like a drunken buffoon just leads to fights, messy puking and the risk of a DUI!

Fighting

Can’t we all just get along?

Alcohol + the typical macho douche bag =unnecessary brawls

Why get thrown out of the club and into a cop car?

Frisky Business

Club PDASave the aggressive PDA for your mom’s basement.  Removing articles of clothing and/or humping like dogs in heat in the middle of the dance floor is gross.

Two thumbs up for your exhibitionist spirit, but it’s better suited for soft-core porn than a public place.

Geysers

Puke in ClubKeep a lid on your bodily fluids.

Can’t hold it in? Try an adult diaper.

Throwing up is so High School! Know your limit!

Save the spitting for the baseball diamond and if the unspeakable  is your issue, there is a nice room waiting at Shady Pines Retirement Village.

Inventive Weaponry

Hair PickCarrying a weapon will make sure you do not enter the nightclub, though in the heat of an alcohol fueled rage clubbers creative senses may heighten.

Your new stiletto heels= Blunt Force Object

Hairspray= Easy mace in a pinch

                    That pic sticking out from your fro= Knife Fight

Disrespecting the Bouncer

Big BouncersSometimes bouncers will give you a warning before kicking you to the curb.

This is your one chance to redeem yourself.

No need to dig your own grave by fighting with the bouncer, he may be an escaped convict, a bounty hunter, a cop, or just bigger than you.

Grab Bag

Grabbing Girls at ClubsUnwarranted grabbing at other guests is a sure fire way to get thrown out.

Would you grab someone at Starbucks or in passing on the street? NO!

If you would, you are probably already shunned from society or sharing a cell at the DC Correctional Institution.

Hot Pockets

tipsBusy bartenders may not get a moment to immediately pick up their tips off the bar.

Helping yourself to their money, or trying to pawn off another customer’s tip as your own is a great way to piss off the bartender and be escorted out, sober, and alone.

Wrecking Ball

trashing barAVOID!!!

Throwing glassware

Jumping on furniture

Destroying club property

Though a common practice of rockstars in hotel rooms, or gorillas in a cage, throwing property is a no-no.

Passing Out

Passed OutThe pass out is akin to the narcoleptic. One moment, fine, the next…

“Yeah! Party! Woo Hoo, I love this….” THUMP!

You definitely don’t want this to be you, especially if you are wearing a dress.

Murder on the Dancefloor

Clubs can be very territorial.

Make sure not to over step your bounds and try to move in on the owner’s wife/girlfriend.

Castration may follow!

Some people come to a nightclub looking for trouble. Others can’t handle their liquor interact socially with others. No one likes to be asked or told to leave an establishment, especially when they paid to get in. If security has reminded the guest several times about their conduct, it will come as no surprise when they’re finally asked to leave. remember, what gets you thrown out may also get you in trouble with the law!

Chi Cha Lounge

By Ravi in DC Lounges, DC Nightclubs and Nightlife Guide, DC Nightlife, DC Restaurants
Thursday, January 26, 2012, 4:28pm. (Updated: 6/18/14 at 4:32pm) Add comments

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  • Venue Type: Lounge, Hookah Bar
  • Estimated Size: 250
  • Amenities: Hookah, bottle service, tons of seating
  • Cover Charge: None
  • Hours: Sun – Thu: 5:00pm – 2:00am, Fri/Sat: 5:00pm – 3:00am
  • Dress Code: None but look nice anyway
  • Age Requirement: 21+
  • Neighborhood: U Street
  • Address: 1624 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009.
    (202) 234-8400
  • Website: www.latinconcepts.com
  • Atmosphere: One of the best hookah bars in DC, Chi Cha lounge is more than just a place to smoke shishah. The ample lounge seating, DJ, dance floor and bar maintain the upbeat vibe and keep the 20-somethings dancing and chattering all night long.
Venue Overview

Chi Cha is laid out relatively simple. The DC lounge is split into two halves. The right side where you enter has a coat room and small DJ booth to the right, long bar against the right wall, a small area to dance and booths/lounge seating along the left wall. The left side of the DC hookah bar features more intimate lounge/booth areas to enjoy your hookah. The back of venue houses a kitchen and the bathrooms are downstairs.

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The vibe can go from extremely chill and relaxed, to absolutely nuts. The DC lounge’s decor is comfortable, lighting low and as the website says, “The comfortable couches and chairs are grouped together so informally you often become a part of someone else’s conversation.” Definitely a great place to meet!

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U-Street Music Hall

By Ravi in DC Clubs, DC Concerts, DC Nightclubs and Nightlife Guide, DC Nightlife
Friday, January 20, 2012, 11:39pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 6:00pm) Add comments

U Hall Washington DC

  • Venue Type: Underground Club
  • Estimated Size: 500
  • Amenities: None, and that’s the point. No photo, no video.
  • Cover Charge: $10 – $20, usually free before 11 for 21+
  • Hours: Early shows start at 7pm
    Nightlife generally 10 – 2 or 3
  • Dress Code: None
  • Age Requirement: 18+ must purchase tix in advance
  • Neighborhood: U Street
  • Address: 1115A U Street NW Washington, DC 20009. (202) 588-1880
  • Website: www.ustreetmusichall.com
  • Atmosphere: Famous since its 2010 opening, U Street Music Hall 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 however, is arguably 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 party hard’ kind of crowd.
Venue Overview

The building at 1115 U street houses a 7/11, Subway, Dry Cleaner and a door with a small black awning featuring a “U” with a lighting bolt through it. The door leads down a set of stairs, passed a ticketing booth and into U Street Music Hall. The layout is simple, a rectangle and a square are connected at the corners.

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Looking down from the DJ booth, you see a bar to your right, a stage at the other end, and to the left of the stage is another bar and hang-out area

Enterimg U-Hall you find yourself in a hang-out area with a bar, passed that is a large rectangular room with a stage on the near side, DJ booth on the far side, bar on the left-hand wall and kitchen between the bar and stage. That’s it! The beauty of U Street Music Hall is its simplicity. It’s about the music, period.

Parties
  • Moombahton Massive happens the last Wednesday of every month. It’s the global flagship party of the DC-born, internationally recognized Moombahton genre of dance music.
  • Red Fridays bring DC nightlife its weekly deep, disco and tech house party featuring local and international DJs.
  • Blisspop happens the 4th Saturday of every month and is hosted by DJ/venue co-owner Will Eastman.
  • Nouveau Riche is a concept by Gavin Holland, Steve Starks & Nacey. They make music and make it literal with a monthly Saturday rager.
  • In addition, outside promoters are known to book international acts like Richie Hawtin, Skream & Benga, Paco Osuna, J. Cole, Lee Foss, Joe Budden and more.
Get Hooked Up

Get the U-Hall logo (on the awning above) tattooed anywhere on your body and receive free entry/cut the line privileges for life.

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CLOSED: Buddha Bar DC

By admin in DC Nightlife
Wednesday, January 18, 2012, 4:38pm. (Updated: 1/23/15 at 4:20pm) Add comments

ATTN: Unfortunately, this venue is no longer open.

Buddha Bar washington dc

  • Venue Type: Restaurant/Lounge
  • Estimated Size: 300+
  • Amenities: Large Saki and Signature Drink Menus; Complimentary lounge setting, Giant Buddha
  • Cover Charge: None
  • Hours: Lunch:
    M-F 11:30 – 2:30
    Dinner, Nightlife:
    M/Tu 5:30 – 11, 12
    W/Th: 5:30 – 12, 2
    F/Sa: 5:30 – 1, 3
    Su: 5:30 -12, 2
  • Dress Code: Clean and Stylish
  • Age Requirement: 21+ to drink
  • Neighborhood: Gallery Place – Chinatown
  • Address: 455 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20001. (202) 377 5555
  • Website: www.buddhabardc.com
  • Atmosphere: The Buddha Bar chain is famous for its intimately lit, posh interiors. Patrons tend to be an upscale 25-45 more akin to sitting with friends than mingling at the bar or dancing. There are plenty of table/lounge areas with couches. A dance floor exists where the lounge, dinner and bar areas meet but is not a focus. The first time you walk into Buddha Bar you will be blown away by its eclectic elegance.
Venue Overview

The Buddha Bar chain is famous for its posh interiors inspired by Asian Temple, Portuguese Estate and Santa Fe influences with colonial style mahogany furniture. The décor consists of Chinese and Japanese artifacts, magic lanterns, elegant chandeliers and light fixtures housed under high ceilings in a large, airy room. In the back sits a giant Buddha, the signature of every Buddha Bar.

Each zone is meant to instill a feeling of weightlessness. Buddha Bar is lit as perfect as a lounge can be with its amber shading. The wood panels, ancient vases, oriental statues, mosaic, golden fabric and lacquer wood add to the prestige.

buddha bar in dc

Gorgeous decor, dimly lit and an intimate ambiance, Buddha Bar is geared towards professionals in their late 20’s and up.

On the left hand wall of the venue, raised far above the floor sits an illuminated DJ booth where the bouncing flow of house music is mildly channeled through the lounge’s system. The space opens up towards the back and holds a dining room and the chain’s signature, a massive statue of The Buddha, sitting in the back.

Once extremely popular in NY, LA, Paris and throughout the world, recent years have seen Buddha Bar lose its trending status. There are exceptions, such as Barcelona and Lisbon, where actors, athletes and models come together.

Although the nightlife may be subpar when compared to her contemporaries, Buddha Bar DC’s menu features choice Asian fusion cuisines including amazing sushi, hot and cold dishes and an impressive saki menu.

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Buddha Bar Washington DC

A view from the lofted DJ Booth shows the entrance beyond the back right wall, the lounge to the right, and dining room to the left. The bar and kitchen are straight ahead

 

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Here we see the dining room and signature of every Buddha Bar across the globe.

Video Tour: Buddha Bar in Washington DC

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(202) 347-8601

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