Discover entertainment and nightlife hot spots in Washington, DC
Penn Quarter & Chinatown
A modern spin on putting, redefining the game within an immersive experience and innovative technology as guests move from one course to the next.
The Washington Ballet (TWB) was founded as The Washington School of Ballet in 1944 by Mary Day and incorporated as a professional company in 1976.
Outdoor community German inspired beergarden
When the Warner Theatre opened in 1924, it was hailed as a building of beauty, featuring a spectacular marble and gold leaf lobby and large auditorium complete with gold leaf ceilings and chandeliers
DC's Top Magician and Mentalist Knows What You're Thinking!
An innovator in the development of new plays earning a reputation for staying plugged in to the mad temper of the times (New York Times).
A lounge is approximately 4,000 square feet of luxurious, open flow amenity spaces, including a stunning bar and fireplace, and contemporary, comfortable seating with open views onto the street scape
The Cathedral Choral Society presents masterworks of choral-orchestral repertoire in the majestic glow of Washington National Cathedral.
Offering craft brews from around the world, authentic brick-oven pizza and gourmet American fare for an updated gastropub experience.