Atmosphere: Swanky, intimate and primed for dance floor action. Whether it’s dancing in front of the DJ under a flashing spectrum, bottle service, low-key mingling or a conversation outdoors; this 3-floor (2 dance floor) venue provides multiple club gradients. Fujimar, its newly opened 2nd floor restaurant, provides fine-dining, late-night seafood options
Lima’s upstairs Restaurant, known as Fujimar, is overseen by Executive Chef Reynold Mendizabal. A menu highlighted by fresh ceviche and sushi and select entrees has earned the restaurant high praise from patrons.
Upon entry, one is generally met by an attractive, European style crowd. The people may be diverse but the style is consistent; blazers, shoes, mini-skirts and high heels. Lima’s 20s & 30s crowd looks good and parties hard.
Spacious and fully equipped, the various gradients of Lima Lounge boast state-of-the-art sound systems, intelligent lighting, plush seating, ample dance space, digital projectors and intimate nooks to satisfy all moods.
Lima’s lounge provides two seating areas, a bar and projectors; the perfect place to get away from it all. With colorful lights and atmospheric pieces hanging from the ceiling, a dance floor with a 40 ft bar on one side and roped off VIP on the other, and a raised DJ booth; the main floor has hosted some of the world’s biggest acts.
Saturdays rotating line up of DJs catering to DC’s high-end, international crowd.
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