Arts, Culture & Entertainment

701 9th Street NW, Washington, DC 20068
(202) 872-3396

Located in the Pepco's Edison Place headquarters, the Pepco Edison Place Gallery collboartes with local non-profit art organizations to sponsor and organize a  diverse, high quality art exhibits for Washington DC residents.

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600 14th Street NW
(202) 737-1385

The Hamilton is a 37,000 square feet, 500-seat restaurant and live entertainment venue offering three dining rooms, three bars and seven separate menus. The restaurant offers seasonal and regional American cuisine, for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert, as well as a sushi menu overseen by former Zentan sushi chef Jason Zheng.The Hamilton Live is the lower level 300-seat live music and entertainment venue offering nightly entertainment from local, national and international musicians. 

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801 9th Street NW
(202) 408-1600

Cuba Libre Restaurant Rum Bar is dedicated to a continued exploration of Cuban heritage, art, music, flavors and traditions. The open-air setting, tropical ambiance, vintage décor, upbeat Latin music and delectable menu of 'Nuevo Cubano' dishes and traditional favorites make this restaurant must-see, must-experience dining destination.

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1315 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
(202) 898-1688

Built in 1929, the historic landmark Sphinx Club at Franklin Square is a premiere venue for corporate and private events in Washington DC. Some of the meeting amenities include a large ballroom, private meeting rooms, dining rooms and an exclusive use room. 

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705 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
(202) 333-2538

Located just a few steps away from the Verizon Center in Chinatown, STIR Lounge is a chic DC nightclub featuring speciality cocktail service, innovative visuals, a modern sound system, and the hotest DJs playing the best mix of house, mashup, and Top 40 hits. 

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1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004

Located on the external grounds of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, the Woodrow Wilson Plaza is an external courtyard used for special events and meetings, including the weekly Capital Harvest Market, and an annual Summer Concert Series. This historic landmark is also home of the "Bearing Witness" and "Flower" sculptures.

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915 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004

915 F Streetmulti-purpose facility that plans to “attract a mature crowd with tasteful entertainment, food and beverages.”educational setting:art exhibitsartistic performanceslecturesspeechespoetry readingscomedy actschamber musicaudio/visual presentationsrecorded musicthree dance floorscover chargeScheduled to open Summer 2010Owner:  Peter AndrulisWorking with the Historical Society of Washington, DC, (801 K Street) Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC)Viable entertainment and discuss minimal disruptions to the neighborhood.

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1250 New York Avenue NW, Washington DC 20005
202-783-5000

The New York Avenue Sculpture Project was initiated as a partnership between the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) and the DowntownDC BID, now involving the D.C. Office of Planning (OP), the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and other local agencies.

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Madison Drive and 12th St, NW 20001

Madison Drive and 12th Street is located on the National Mall, which is an open area stretching from the US Capitol to Constitution Avenue.  The mall is home to important national icons, including presidential and war memorials, the Smithsonian Museum, The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, and other open spaces such as the Tidal Basin; which is lined by cherry blosson trees. The National Mall is also the primary civic space where people gather for recurring annual national celebrations such as Independence Day. 

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719 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
(202) 467-5000

The German-American Heritage Heritage Musuem features permanent art and multimedia exhibits about famous German-Americans, and German immigration and migration across the Unites States. This gallery also has an auditorium for lectures, presentations, and small conferences.Admission to the Museum, as well as its exhibits, is free.

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