AdMo, as it’s often called, has a vibrant night life scene catering the mid 20’s to 30’s crowd that still wants to party like its college. The DC neighborhood also has a ton of hookah bars and ethnic restaurants. Be careful driving down 18th street on a Friday/Saturday night… parking is horrible, people will be walking in the streets and cops will definitely pull you over for failing to yield.
Federal brings food, drinks, late-night dancing, brunch and more under one roof.Federal Lounge is located beneath the restaurant with two bars, lounge areas, a giant LED display and more. Federal Lounge is open nightly Thursday through Friday with no cover charge.
Open 7 days a week until 2 or 3AM, Grand Central features a main bar, sunken dance floor and upstairs bar/lounge.
The center of it all in Adams Morgan, the venue never has cover and has a great patio that lets you catch all the action in DC’s craziest nightlife neighborhood.
Home to one of the largest dance floors in Adams Morgan, Heaven and Hell offers theme nights and live music and DJs.
Listed as a favorite hangout by Playboy and Stuff Magazine, Madam’s Organ Blues Bar is a DC landmark for blues and soul food.
Featuring live Latin music four nights a week.
Come out and learn how to do the tango, samba, bossa nova, cumbia, vallenato, salsa, danzon, rumba, and more!
Not a nightlife venue per se, but Tryst is definitely a place to be in Adams Morgan.
Featuring quality coffee and espresso, pastries, small plates and free WiFi, Tryst is the equivalent to a British pub or Greek taverna.
It’s ‘that third place’ between work and home for people to relax.
Adams Morgan is famous for its numerous hookah bars and lounges.
Some are nice, some are nice but full of shady-looking dudes.
All are great places to pre-game and figure out where you want to go. We recommend Soussi.