D.C.'s bar and club scene is ever changing, but have no fear -- Metromix is staying on top of it all. So check out the below, brandspankin' new hotspots to hit the Metro area and see where you want to go tonight.
The latest and greatest
Get the low down on the newest clubs to hit D.C.
By Jason AdamsMetromix
September 22, 2008
AdMo’s latest LED lit hotspot brings a laid-back loft feel to the upbeat scene
The Brown Brothers unveil the latest nightlife addition to the Seventh St. Corridor, all aboard! Come check out this new local watering hole where drink orders here are less a question of “What would you like?” and more of “What do you like?”
Room 11 shows off the sophisticated side of the District’s most up-and-coming neighborhood
D.C.'s first entertainment parlor offers a fresh take on leisure
The once named Andalu Nightclub has been transformed, revamped and renamed Spot Lounge. This trendy locale is now The Spot for D.C.'s “in crowd.”
Just steps from the White House, this outdoor lounge also features sweeping views of the Nation’s Capital. Be prepared to be “wowed” and rub elbows with D.C.’s power set at this elegant rooftop bar.
The H Street Country Club finally makes it appropriate to be sloshed on a mini golf course
An ambitious addition to the growing resto-lounge hybrid
Stir Lounge aims to bring a little South Beach to Penn Quarter
This eclectic restolounge will surely be cherished
New U Street restolounge treats everyone like a VIP
A club that offers soul food, jazz, top 40, fruity cocktails and dancing
Defining itself as "The Most Convivial Pub in the District," Town Tavern is aiming to please the upscale bar crowd with plenty of big screen TVs, a fun atmosphere and a hearty menu soon to be unveiled.
Add a little luxury to your life at D.C.’s newest club
Soft lighting, low buzz of conversation, and the swish of the shaker make this a very sexy speakeasy
Some new additions revive Lima
The first dueling bar opens in the D.C. area
New bowling alley-bar-club-restaurant hybrid opens in Spaaaaarta...er, Shady Grove
Is the replacement for the beloved Grog and Tankard a worthy successor?
Taking over the space formally filled by Play, Midtown offers an unpretentious take on a Connecticut Ave. nightclub. The venue’s décor is sleek and ultramodern, accented with clean lines, white VIP tables, a flashy and constantly changing lighting scheme and two stripper poles for their more adventurous patrons. Metromix was on hand to celebrate Midtown's momentous occasion.
Check out this new Chinatown lounge
Be one of the first to scope out this club's new digs
See if this famous old haunt can rise from the ashes
Adams Morgan favorite gets replaced and revamped. Did it change for the better?
Three entrepreneurs think outside the box to create a premier luxury lounge where everything is at your fingertips
Former nightlife staple Dragonfly gets reborn as Current
Sneak a peek at Spider Kelly's
Gastropub hops the pond with new CommonWealth