Post Date: April 04, 2011
The coziness of an upscale lounge housed within the space of a nightclub. District’s loft-style design and custom lighting arrangement screams, “sexy!” LCD screens, exposed brick, a spiral staircase, wrap around mezzanine and raised DJ booth emit an industrial elegance rarely found in DC nightlife. With a 60-foot wraparound bar and Infusion Bar hosting specialty drinks on the main floor; and mezzanine and private bars above, District is a place where grabbing high-end cocktails or a bottle of bud light is never a hassle! The mezzanine provides optimal vantage points of the dance floor below and the roof deck allows for a breath of fresh air. Hosting date auctions, fashion shows (including Hustler) and world-class DJs, District is a magnate of DC nightlife.
Using President John F. Kennedy’s description of Washington DC as a city of “southern efficiency and northern charm,” as a guide, the owners of District created a menu of eclectic surf and turf dishes in an attempt to quench DC’s insatiable appetite for epicurean wonders. The tapas menu includes shrimp and cheddar grits, tuna tartar and sushi including a surf and turf roll. The entrees consist of rib-eye steak, grilled sea bass, crab cakes and more! Drink pairings may be suggested or custom-made to fit your culinary selection.
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