H Street

By peter in Washington DC neighborhoods
Tuesday, January 17, 2012, 5:45pm. (Updated: 2/18/12 at 2:18pm) Add comments

H Street’s “Atlas District”

Clubs, bars, theaters and restaurants have popped up on Washington DC’s H Street in recent years thanks to renewed gentrification efforts. With development around the landmark Atlas Theater, hip new crowds are rediscovering H Street. It’s kind of a hassle getting there due to a lack of public transportation, but trolleys are expected to be build by 2013. For now, if you’re trying to reach H Street Washington DC, call a cab and head east!

Rock and Roll Hotel

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“You can play here but you can’t stay here.”

R&R’s got private suites, reckless bar games and super diverse music (indie rock concerts to DJ nights). The non-pretentious attitude and engaging atmosphere guarantees a great night out.

Learn more about the Rock and Roll Hotel

The Argonaut Tavern

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The Argonaut is the first of the new wave of venues to open in H Street’s Atlas District.

Let your evening set sail at this ‘sailor’s hangout’ with 25+ types of rum, handcraft beers and coastal-inspired menu.

Happy hour and beer/food specials make the Argonaut a great place to chill.

Biergarten Haus

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This place is like DC’s German beer heaven. We’re talking hefeweizen, kolsh, pilsners… the list goes on.

A taste of Bavaria to DC, Biergarten Haus also serves dope German food like homemade jager-schnitzel and sweet strudels late into the night.

With a huge outdoor patio, it’s also an incredible spot to enjoy a drink on a nice day.

H Street Country Club

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Grab a round of drinks and grub some Mexican food before taking a swing at H Street’s DC-themed, indoor miniature golf course!

If margaritas and golf aren’t your thing, they’ve got over 25 tequilas, shuffleboard and skeeball.

Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar

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Reminiscent of a New Orleans bar (thanks to purple & green lighting and Saints football), Little Miss Whiskey is known for:

– an extensive beer selection
– popular theme parties
– DJs spinning the best of the 80s, 90s, and today
– Saints football, obviously

Check out our profile of Little Miss Whiskey’s!

The Pug

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The Pug is a boxing-themed bar with a very clear and simple philosophy:

“No idiots. No specials. No shooters. No politics. No bombs. Relax. Be cool. Drink. Behave.”

Each of these nine statements can be found on chalkboards hanging over the bar. Think you can do that?

Red Palace

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If you can handle it, you might really enjoy the eclectic Red Palace.

It’s got indie rock shows, old school DJ nights, magic/variety shows, burlesque, a virtual vintage slideshow museum and all the drinks you could want.

Learn more about Red Palace

Sticky Rice

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If you want sushi and tater tots or just trying to get hammered off sake, Sticky Rice is the place to be.

Weekend nights have VDJs and are a seriously awesome time. Low key, great vibe, everything you want in a bar.

See what the Sticky Rice hype is all about!

3 Responses to “H Street”

  1. Katiya says:

    Im a certified bartender looking for a job

  2. […] or clubs, one thing is clear: They’re all competing to show you a good time. From the no-frills bars on H street and upscale lounges of K, to the variety on U street and reckless EDM nights at Glow; DC is home […]

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