Finally, see and be seen on the refurbished, year-round upstairs patio that boasts a DJ and plenty of dancing. Check out showtunes on Mondays and Family Feud-style trivia on Wednesdays. Sundays are especially wild thanks to ridiculously well-priced vodka specials and beer pong games upstairs. Choose from an array of martinis with — you guessed it — Grey Goose vodka, kick back and relax.
LGBTQ Nightlife in Washington DC
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Washington, D. With a community that makes up 8. Despite the increasing legal and social acceptance of the queer community, D. Consequently, the centralized community that was historically established in the city is now scattering, and the reactions to this dispersion have been mixed.
Introducing Number Nine
Cities around the country and globe have seen many of their most beloved gay and lesbian watering holes close down — often after the area's queer population disperses or the owner simply gets priced out. While many of these bars and clubs were a bit rough around the edges, they nonetheless served as de facto community centers, offering a kind of glue that kept our disparate minority together. In this second entry of an occasional series, we'll pay honor to dearly departed LGBT establishments that recently shut their doors in Washington, D. Opening under the name Badlands in , this club finally and abruptly folded in , citing economic difficulties, thereby ending the reign of the longest-running gay dance club in D. Another long-lived Dupont institution, Omega boasted multiple levels, a video room, and an imposing brick facade.
Teta Alim. We are so proud to officially debut our brand new outdoor Patio this weekend!! Amazing night with DjDrewG tonight!!!