Arts, Culture & Entertainment

808 7th Street NW
(202) 789-0066

The Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant, tells the tale of Ireland's rich and celebrated pub culture of hearty food and drinks, good music, warm hospitality, and friendly banter.

950 15th Street NW
(202) 393-4499

Georgia Brown's offers a tailored side of the south combining low-country succulent cuisine, with gracious service, and southern hospitality.

601 F Street NW
(202) 661-5141

The Acela Club is an energetic restaurant available for private events.  It offers customized layouts, and combines gourmet dining with world-class service.

4 F Street NW
(202) 737-3773

Located in the Phoenix Park Hotel, the Dubliner is America's premier Irish pub, dedicated to recreating an authentic Dublin City Pub experience on Capitol Hill, by serving authentic traditional brews and cuisine, alongside the best Irish entertainment seven nights a week. 

999 E Street NW
(202) 737-7625

Hard Rock Cafe is both a perfect stop on your sight seeing adventure and a unique late night hang out for DC locals. Complete your tour of the city with an authentic rock-n-roll dining experience, or lose the tie and drop by for a cocktail at DC's own Embassy of Rock.

1331 F Street NW
(202) 737-3003

Shelly’s Back Room is a cigar-friendly establishment which features an impressive selection of American cuisine in a comfortable, elegant, and cozy environment, that is suitable for both smokers and non-smokers.

1518 K Street NW
(202) 969-2858

Nestled in the historic Peyser Building near McPherson Square, Catch 15 features a globally inspired seafood small plates menu, with a designated raw bar, and fifteen-seat bar, and lounge area perfect for its lively happy hour.

701 Pennsylvania Ave NW
(202) 393-0701

Voted as one of the top 100 DC restaurants, the 701 Pennsylvania Avenue Restaurant and Bar delivers contemporary continental American culinary treats in a picturesque setting. Guests can also  enjoy  live and entertaining Jazz performances while dining.    


Renown for its beaux-arts architecture, the Folger Building (Hibbs Building) which is a 130 foot, ten-storey building, was completed in 1907. This building was added to the National Register Historic Places in 1991, and now serves as the official headquarters of the Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas Investment Company.

500 H Street NW
(202) 216-0046

The Irish Channel offers a true Irish experience in the nation's capital through its traditional meat and fish dishes prepared fresh daily, as well as the live entertainment provided by Irish musicians.