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Tuscana Lounge

We initially heard from Tuscana back in the Fall when they were launching but never made it over so a couple of weeks back we heard that a local promoter and friend was having a birthday party at the venue so we decided to check it out. Cost – $$ Service – A- Straight into […]


Lima is a restaurant and club located at 1401 K Street. It is not really a club that serves food nor is it a restaurant that turns into a club at night – it is actually a fairly balanced establishment that has the best of both worlds. As you can tell (or can’t tell) from […]


Last night I headed over to Mio for a gathering that honored the 75th anniversary of the end of prohibition. They extended their happy hour special throughout the night (my stomach just turned over from the memory of the two bourbon drinks I had) and also offered a variety of special dishes that I’ll talk […]

The Park at Fourteenth

The Park at Fourteenth is a relatively new venue located (surprise) down on 14th between I and K across from Franklin Square. Josephine’s and the Park at Fourteenth popped about the same time and although they both want to be the new hot club in DC they are taking very different tacts to get there. […]

Geisha Lounge

Geisha Lounge is a sushi bar and lounge located in the lower level of an office building very close to the White House. By day and early evening, Geisha Lounge is a hipper than average restaurant but on certain nights, it plays host to various crowds ranging from Latin to Hip Hop depending on the […]


Josephine currently has the pole position amongst clubs in the K Street area. With its über-exclusive door policy it is something of a departure from typical clubs in the area.  Josephine is actually my favorite club in DC and offers one of the hottest scenes that this area has seen in years. Cost – $$$ […]

Tattoo Bar

Tattoo Bar is located in the continually emerging K-street corridor at 1413 K Street. Tattoo is a Michael Romo venue (Fur, Lotus, Play) and was designed by Michael Francis of Queue Design. The venue’s mission is “focused on bringing the love of rock ‘n’ roll back to the DC nightlife scene.” We visited the place […]