City Tavern Club
Washington, DC 20007
Located right in the heart of M St., we'd like to tell you what the deal is with the City Tavern Club. But we can't. It's members only, and since we're not, they wouldn't even give us the tiniest peek. So you'll just have to use your own imaginations (and connections) to get the real scoop. We can tell you this much, though: look for the Sign of the Indian King hanging above the entryway, and you'll know you've got the right place.
The City Tavern Club is in one of the oldest buildings in D.C. and was built in 1796. In addition to serving as President John Adams’ headquarters while he was supervising the construction of the national capital, the historic building has also played host to numerous presidents and dignitaries.