Washington , DC 20001
Sun.-Thu. 5 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
Fri.-Sat. 5 p.m.-2:30 a.m.
With a group of four or more, a pitcher for $40 is probably your best approach to a casual cocktail hour. Draft beers will run you $5-9, while most cans will set you back $5-8. If you’re really on a budget, stick with High Life or Steel Reserve (four bucks a pop).
If you’re looking to clean the palate between cocktail tastings, most bar grub will set you back only a few dollars ($3 for olives, almonds or chips). Dogs cost $7, while all paninis are $10 each.
- Alcohol: Full Bar
- Music Style: Indie
- Audience: 21+
At this Seventh St. corridor bar patrons are encouraged to trust the barkeep’s expertise, whipping up custom concoctions to fit specific tastes. Drink orders here are less a question of “What would you like?” and more of “What do you like?” And bar goers have every reason to trust these mixologists -- Derek and Tom Brown own and run Passenger and happen to be two local sommeliers that definitely know their alcohol.