But bars for queer women are finally making a return to Washington, D. Cobalt Dupont Circle With two dancefloors, a lounge area, and first-floor restaurant, Cobalt has a lot to offer. Italian restaurant Al Crostino. A short walk down P Street will bring you to this dive bar. Lesbians deserve better too. What happens within it depends on who is in it. Arnold's is the perfect Dupont hangout for a low-key evening or happy hour.
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The music video bar upstairs is also a must-see. I spoke with partners Nicolai as well as Chef K. Decked out in mirrors, leather banquettes and dark wood paneling, the lounge is perfect for nighttime socialization. Then in August, as if Diana herself had shot a big gay arrow right into the target of the nation, there were two. The Fireplace Dupont Circle The strength of the mixed drinks at this dark, cash-only dive bar is legendary. The Fireplace is known for its notably diverse crowd, robust drink selection and warm namesake beside the bar.
What happens within it depends on who is in it. DC Eagle, a historic leather bar, has its roots in the s when some bikers and leathermen got together over dinner in a bar across from the FBI headquarters. With two dancefloors, a lounge area, and first-floor restaurant, Cobalt has a lot to offer. A post shared by Orchid Bar orchidbardc on May 17, at 2: DC is full of workaholics, so other than college kids there's not much partying during the workweek. It's a welcome surprise after years of queer women's spaces closing their doors. It's still as hot as it was in the 70s, with hip-hop and